Hannah Reichelscheimer

Contributing Writer


12 Articles


One Special World to host second annual Multicultural Fashion Show

One Special World is making use of fashion and open casting to highlight diversity. On Sunday, May 6, the club is hosting its second annual Multicultural Fashion Show. The show will feature...

Sex Issue 2018

Sex Issue 2018: How to report sexual violence

The Binghamton University Code of Student Conduct defines sexual assault as “a physical sexual act or acts committed against another person without consent.” The handbook goes on to define exactly what a...


'The Broken Line': political commentary through art

Talk of borders has consumed recent political discourse, and with the display of the Binghamton University Art Museum’s recently acquired work “La Linea Quebrada/The Broken Line,” this conversation is extended into the...

Off-Campus Events

Warm up with art at the incubator

The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator showed First Friday participants that the artistic process is quite similar to the entrepreneurial one. Friday night’s show, “Art @ INK,” featured work by student artists, musicians...


Graduate student mixes Mars rovers and memes

It may seem unlikely for an employee of NASA to be the same person running a Facebook page dedicated to memes. However, Erik Langert, who graduated from Binghamton University last year and...

On-Campus Events

VizCult returns with new topics

For over a decade, the Binghamton University art history department, with support from the Harpur College Dean’s Office, has organized VizCult: The Harpur College Dean’s Workshop on Visual Culture. Visual culture —...


Binghamton University Art Museum celebrates 50 years

The Binghamton University Art Museum opened its doors on Friday to students, faculty and the public for a gala reception in honor of the museum’s 50th anniversary. Complete with a black-tie optional...


For Natalie Elisha, '09, confidence yields career success

By the end of sophomore year, most college students have only just declared a major and may be scrambling to find a summer internship. But Natalie Elisha, ‘09, spent the end of...


Focus on your studies and prepare food before hitting the books

For most college students, studying for finals is a rather unappealing activity. In order to reduce the misery that comes with finals week, a copious amount of food is necessary in order...


Museum shows postcards of tragedy

At first glance, a series of shelves showcasing photographs of young people with tea lights in front of them may seem like nothing more than a simple memorial for a tragedy. However,...