Jacqueline Birzon

Pipe Dream News

Senior Human Development


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Campus construction to continue throughout summer

As part of a five-year, $550 million capital plan, the University’s Physical Facilities department will make visible changes to the campus landscape during the summer months between semesters. ...


BU professors focus on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Two experts on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict verbally duked it out Tuesday, in a debate organized by four undergraduate students. ...


“Research Days” aims to highlight campus scholarship

With the first-ever “Research Days” — a series of presentations by administrators, faculty members and students scheduled from April 25-27 — Binghamton University is hoping to attract students interested in joining scholarly ...


Binghamton City police captain charged with DWI

Caption John Shea, a City of Binghamton police caption, was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated and has been placed on leave without pay. ...


Gallup rates Binghamton area least optimistic city in the U.S.

A poll published by Gallup on March 13 ranks Binghamton as the least optimistic metropolitan region in the nation. ...


Jazzman’s patio project to open around spring break

The expanded seating area for Jazzman’s Café in the Glenn G. Bartle Library Tower is slated to open around spring break. ...


Battle over redistricting stirs in state capital

Every 10 years, each state is required by law to redraw both its congressional and state-legislative district lines based on data collected by the U.S. Census — New York is among one ...


Spring Fling concert moved to Events Center, may not be free

This year’s Spring Fling concert will be held in Binghamton University’s Events Center, and may include a ticket price for students. ...