Gina Lee

Contributing Writer

glee74@binghamton.edu

8 Articles


Food

Recreate retail dining for less

By halfway through the semester, the meal plans of many students are more than halfway depleted. If you tend to splurge on pricey Marketplace meals, try Pipe Dream’s substitutions to recreate your...


Fashion

Update your wardrobe at new Downtown clothing shop

Stepping into Tesorina Boutique on Chenango Street is like walking into a bohemian paradise. The store, the name of which is drawn from the Italian word for “little treasure,” offers a variety...


Drug Issue

Post-pot munchies that'll let you burn before bikini season

Whenever you get the munchies, it’s easy to reach for those potato chips, cookies and ice cream cartons to satisfy your cravings, but with Pipe Dream’s help, substitute those unhealthy snacks with...


Features

Freshman aims to combat mental health stigma with app

One freshman is taking a new approach to combating mental illness and spreading positivity — and using social media to get the job done. Satvik Sethi has his sights set on making...


Theater

Instead of shelling out for 'Hamilton,' try these shows

In the hit Broadway musical, “Hamilton: An American Musical,” members of the audience get to experience the entertaining and inspirational story of Alexander Hamilton and other founding fathers. The demand for “Hamilton”...


Music

St. Patrick's Day Playlist

This weekend is St. Patrick’s Day, and if you’re looking forward to celebrating, you’ll need a great playlist to get your day started. Sure, you might know “I’m Shipping up to Boston,”...


Music

Battle of the Bands crowns Spring Fling opener

Binghamton University students lined up outside the Undergrounds on Friday night waiting to hear 10 bands for the chance to open for this year’s Spring Fling headliner. Ultimately, alternative rock band POOL...


Books

Celebrating an ode to Binghamton

A lively group of Binghamton residents came together on Thursday night to celebrate “Around Binghamton (Images of Modern America),” a new book by Binghamton local and Binghamton University alumnus Jim Maggiore, ‘78....