Gabriela Iacovano

Arts & Culture Editor

giacova1@binghamton.edu

90 Articles


Off-Campus Events

Exhibition features moments from "Trail of Truth" march

An exhibition capturing August’s “Trail of Truth” march in black-and-white film photography is now on view at Binghamton Photo. “True B&W Photographs by Arra: Trail of Truth” opened Friday, moved from its...


Sex Issue 2020

Meet Blank: Laura Johnsen (Epsiode 1.3)

Pipe Dream’s News Editor Jacob T. Kerr and Arts & Culture Editor Gabby Iacovano sit down with Laura Johnsen, a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate studying anthropology. Johnsen studies the technology surrounding the world...


Sex Issue 2020

Rebecca Bulnes talks Generation Z relationships, "Classroom Crush"

Rebecca Bulnes has never had a boyfriend, and like countless creatives before her, she’s converted rejection into a channel for radical honesty, humor and self-reflection. After dropping out of Columbia College in...


Lifestyles

Ask a professor: What are you listening to?

In our latest installment of “Ask a Professor,” Pipe Dream sat down with faculty members Laurence Elder and Monika Mehta to hear about the albums they’ve had on repeat lately. Elder, an...


Music

Who we're rooting for at this year's Grammy Awards

Grammy season is upon us, and whether you take the award show’s picks as gospel or not, “Music’s Biggest Night” is always worth talking about. Here are some of our favorite nominees,...


Features

De Colores Cookies y Mas to move to Clinton Street

A fixture of Binghamton’s West Side since August, De Colores Cookies y Mas will soon be bringing its sweet signature creations to 81 Clinton St. Starting this weekend, owner Ely Rooney will...


On-Campus Events

Comics artist JB Brager leads on-campus zine workshops

While some say mainstream print media is on the decline, DIY scenes still embrace zines as unique art objects and channels for communication. On Thursday, JB Brager introduced Binghamton University students to...


Off-Campus Events

A walk through the Roberson Mansion's "Dance of the Dead"

From 8 p.m. to midnight on Oct. 26, the Roberson Mansion’s “Dance of the Dead” fundraiser invited guests to partake in an evening of food, drink and supernatural delights inspired by the...


Off-Campus Events

A look at Broome County's locally produced horror

With its overcast skies, wide selection of wooded areas and legacy of science fiction, the Greater Binghamton area might seem like the perfect setting for some eerie art. Binghamton community members Doug...


Off-Campus Events

Drag Queen Story Hour aims to teach diversity, inclusivity

While drag performances might be associated with nightclub parties and boozy brunches, a few Binghamton-based queens have brought the art form to a more unexpected setting: a children’s story hour. On Sunday,...