Hamza Khan



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Senior Columns

Senior Column: Wandering into a real goodbye

I’ve always been terrible at goodbyes. It’s easier to just slip out and leave. Maybe that’s what drew me to Pipe Dream. I liked journalism — sure — but it was also...

Campus News

Doctoral students to see raise in stipends

Binghamton University is the latest in a slew of universities committing to raising stipends for graduate student employees. Over spring break, the University announced it would raise minimum stipends for full-time, 10-month...


SUNY ends COVID-19 vaccination mandate

Beginning this summer, SUNY students are no longer required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 to attend classes. SUNY Chancellor John B. King Jr. announced the end of the vaccination mandate on Tuesday....

Campus News

New registration interface draws confusion from students

Choosing classes can be a stressful process, but some students are finding it extra difficult due to a new registration interface. On March 8, the Binghamton University Registrar announced updates to the...

Student Association

Student Association confirms 2023-24 election results

The Student Association (SA) confirmed its E-Board election results last week, after grievances delayed the process. This year’s SA elections saw only two races contested — president and vice president for multicultural...


Harriet Tubman statue slated for the UDC

The University Downtown Center (UDC) may soon be home to a statue of Harriet Tubman. Nearly two weeks ago, New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul stopped by Johnson City, pledging $400,000 toward...


Broome County sees red and blue flips from midterms

As the midterm election comes to a close, Binghamton University’s congressional district has flipped red. Marcus Molinaro (R) has won the election for New York’s 19th Congressional District, defeating Josh Riley (D)...


Former College Republicans president arrested for Capitol Riot involvement

Jon Lizak, former president of Binghamton University’s College Republicans, has been charged with breaching the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Along with a group of four others, Lizak had traveled to the...

Campus News

Sociology professor resigns after syllabus controversy

Six months after her syllabus attracted national and international media attention, Ana Maria Candela has resigned. Candela, a former assistant professor in Binghamton University’s sociology department, had for years implemented a “progressive...

Campus News

OCCT temporarily suspends Late Nite

For two weekends straight, Off Campus College Transport’s (OCCT) Late Nite service has been canceled. Late Nite bus routes run to and from campus on Friday and Saturday nights — frequently used...