Georgia Westbrook

Arts and Culture Editor

gwestbr1@binghamton.edu

71 Articles


Off-Campus Events

Explore the area with Go All Out Broome

If you read our article from a few issues ago and caught the hiking bug, good news — there are many more hiking opportunities in the greater Binghamton area. The Broome County...


Features

Pet ownership is more than purrs and wags

College is a time for new challenges: increased workload, dealing with different personalities and keeping yourself healthy without help from home. Some students add having a pet to this list, and whether...


Voices

Honoring our 9/11 victims

Every year on Sept. 11, Binghamton University plants flags around campus in honor of the victims of the terrorist attacks that took place on that day in 2001. Flags are lowered to...


Lifestyles

Safely take in the local scenery with our hiking tips

Hiking in Binghamton is the perfect fall activity: You can look at the changing leaves, get some exercise and spend some quality time with your friends. You don’t have to be an...


Books

BU alumnus publishes second novel, 'Dinner at the Center of the Earth'

“Dinner at the Center of the Earth,” written by Nathan Englander, ‘91, is a novel about the secondary characters in a story — the ones who appear to deliver coffee or to...


Features

Leave a book, take a book

The Marketplace is now home to two shelves full of books — but instead of merely being lost after the daily lunch rush, these books have been left there on purpose as...


Arts & Culture

Colin Quinn to headline Family Weekend comedy show

The Student Association (SA) Programming Board is bringing three TV-famous comedians to campus for this year’s Family Weekend comedy show. Set to headline the annual show, which was announced on Aug. 10,...


Off-Campus Events

Students, community jam out at third annual Porchfest

The streets of the West Side of the city of Binghamton were filled with community members listening to local musicians and chatting in the sun during the third annual Porchfest on Sunday...


Columns

Sharing information globally

The College Board estimates that the average student will spend over $600 per semester on textbooks. That total, multiplied by the eight semesters most students will spend here, means that in-state students...


Voices

Finding a companion in yourself

Over the weekend, I visited Amherst, Massachusetts, where I spent my freshman year at the University of Massachusetts. I was visiting friends from that year, and I hadn’t seen them since I...