Hamza Khan



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BU announces new fundraising campaign at Launch Day

Binghamton University has announced a new fundraising campaign. The University held “Launch Day” on Saturday, a daylong event featuring presentations from professors, administrators and students. The event culminated in the announcement of...


Shots fired in West Side, no injuries reported

Gunshots were fired across Binghamton’s West Side on Tuesday night. At 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, the Binghamton Police Department (BPD) responded to a report of shots fired at 100 Roberts St. The...


BU holds first Men of Color Summit

Binghamton University held its first Men of Color Summit this past weekend. Students and staff at BU, along with students from neighboring schools, gathered in the Innovative Technologies Complex on Saturday for...

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SOM Dean retires after 21 years

Upinder Dhillon, the Binghamton University School of Management (SOM) dean and Koffman Scholar of Finance, has retired after a 35-year career at BU. In an email sent out to the SOM listserv,...


TEDxBinghamton University 2022: Casey Boston

Pipe Dream sat down with Casey Boston, a Master of Social Work (MSW) student at Binghamton University and graduate of Alfred University. Boston hopes to pursue a career in social work, aiming...


TEDxBinghamton University 2022: Greg Hill

Pipe Dream spoke to Greg Hill, a professional skier and filmmaker. Hill, who is also a ski guide with the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides, has set numerous world records, including climbing...


TEDxBinghamton University 2022: Courtney Hurley

Pipe Dream spoke with Courtney Hurley, a three-time Olympian fencer and 2012 Olympic bronze medalist. Hurley was also a two-time National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) champion. This interview has been edited for...

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BU lifts indoor mask mandate

For the first time since fall 2020, Binghamton University students can take off their masks in most buildings on campus. Beginning Saturday, BU’s indoor mask mandate will be lifted regardless of vaccination...


Local family without running water after landlord restricts access

For weeks, a family in Binghamton has been living without water access. Last week, members of the Stakeholders of Broome County, a housing rights activist group, as well as other members of...

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Professors discusses new strategies for teaching large lectures

As students and professors reach nearly a full year of in-person classes, one aspect remains an issue — large class sizes. Last Friday, on March 11, the Center for Learning and Teaching...