Gabriela Iacovano

Assistant Arts & Culture Editor

giacova1@binghamton.edu

62 Articles


Lifestyles

Explore Broome County's libraries this National Library Week

This National Library Week, thousands of students will pass through the doors of the Binghamton University Libraries in search of books, printers or a quiet study space. While most students are familiar...


Art

BU Museum hosts discussion with artist Seymour Chwast

Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the Binghamton University Art Museum hosted a talk by art director, critic and author Steven Heller and graphic designer Seymour Chwast, whose work is...


Features

Student Spotlight: Three Undergraduate Students Share Their Art Experiences

Pipe Dream interviewed three Binghamton University students participating in the fourth annual 24-hour Drawing Marathon. The participants must sketch a live figure on a life-size canvas during the duration of 24 hours...


Restaurant Week Spring 2019

Spring 2019 Restaurant Week: Social on State

This Restaurant Week, Social on State’s $25 dinner menu features both classic favorites and experimental originals. While the tapas spot usually presents a more flexible Restaurant Week menu, allowing diners to choose...


On-Campus Events

Harpur Cinema to host queer film screening

On Monday, March 11, Harpur Cinema and the women, gender and sexuality studies department will host a co-sponsored screening of experimental short films by queer artists. Titled “Dirty Looks: Eight Years On,”...


Art

Exhibition features portraits of the community

The Phelps Mansion Museum, located on Court Street, hosted an art exhibition on Friday featuring photographs that celebrate the people of Binghamton as both artists and subjects. “People of the Parlor City,”...


Music

Songs for career fair confidence

In the following weeks, Bearcats will be suiting up, dusting off their résumés and heading to the Mandela Room to brave one of the most harrowing rituals of the college job search:...


Food

Sweeten your Valentine's Day in a healthy way

No matter how you celebrate it, Valentine’s Day is bound to bring a little extra sweetness into your life. Even if you don’t have any special treats planned for the day itself,...


Sex Issue 2019

A brief history of Binghamton gay bars

Tucked in a Chenango Street parking lot, Binghamton’s last gay bar carries on the tradition of an area once rife with LGBTQ hotspots. Squiggy’s Bar is owned and run by Binghamton community...


Features

Nonprofit transforms bedrooms into healing spaces

Since 2005, Binghamton-based nonprofit A Room to Heal has married the art of home decor with a uniquely compassionate goal. Founded by Vestal community member Laurie Abess and Binghamton University’s parent, family...