Emma Tennyson-Hickey

etennys1@binghamton.edu

12 Articles


Theater

Macbeth goes virtual for fall theater production

The Binghamton University theatre department’s virtual fall production of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” will take place this Thursday, Oct. 22 and Sunday, Oct. 25 after two performances last week. The play entails superstition,...


Off-Campus Events

Autumm Artisan Market brings local craftsmanship to the community

This Sunday, the Broome County Regional Farmers Market will be holding an “Autumn Artisan Market” at 840 Upper Front Street. The event will feature goods from local artists and craftspeople with some...


Campus News

BU practicioner-in-residence presents lecture on human rights

A public talk on Thursday given by the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) practitioner-in-residence, Braema Mathi, highlighted issues pertaining to the effects of imperialism in Southeast Asia. The talk,...


Campus News

Latin American Student Union celebrates 50th anniversary of Latinx Heritage Month

To celebrate Latinx Heritage Month (LHM) and its 50th anniversary, Binghamton University’s Latin American Student Union (LASU) will provide students with a multitude of cultural and political activities including letter writing, critical...


Campus News

Student organizations voice opposition to new food policy

Following a recent food policy change at Binghamton University, campus clubs and student groups affected have begun to react and rethink their fundraising options. The new food policy was enacted on Aug....


News

LUMA Projection Arts Festival features lectures on cultural evolution, musicology

Between nights punctuated with the vibrant lights and sounds of LUMA, speakers David Sloan Wilson and Paul Schleuse spoke at the LUMA Projection Arts Festival’s “LUMA Talks” on Saturday, held at the...


Campus News

Fifth-annual Lyme Disease conference addresses increase in cases

On Saturday, Binghamton University’s fifth-annual Lyme Disease Conference was held in the Innovative Technologies Complex’s Center of Excellence Building. The event, hosted by Binghamton University’s Tick-borne Disease Research Center and Southern Tier...


Campus News

Holocaust Remembrance Day event confronts disappearing artifacts, survivors

Students and faculty gathered in a room in the Fine Arts Building on Thursday to remember the Holocaust and its victims. Binghamton University’s Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) sponsored...


Campus News

She's the First raises money with second annual 5K

With the goal of increasing access to education for women in low-income countries, She’s the First held its second-annual 5K run on Saturday morning at Old Dickinson Field. She’s the First, a...


Campus News

Second annual Data Science Hackathon sees increased attendance

For 24 hours, students used their programming skills to compete in the second annual Data Science Hackathon, otherwise known as “Datathon,” in the University Union this weekend. Hosted by Binghamton University Data...