Jillian Forstadt

Digital Editor

jforsta1@binghamton.edu

52 Articles


Community

Heavy rain, flooding prompts state of emergency in Broome County

Broome County declared a state of emergency on Tuesday morning after experiencing flash flood conditions. Federal forecasters warned that parts of the Southern Tier could see up to 4 inches of rain...


Community

Town Gown Advisory Board holds final meeting of semester

Members of the Town-Gown Advisory Board reflected on the committee’s first year in existence during its third and final meeting of the academic year on Wednesday evening. Around 19 board members, along...


Community

On Binghamton's North Side, community members seek support for food co-op

When the last full-service grocery store on Binghamton’s North Side closed in 1996, community members thought it would be just a short time before the city found a for-profit chain to replace...


Campus News

Jazzman's Cafe employees say supervisor, barista were suspended after sexual harassment allegations

Two Jazzman’s Library Tower Cafe employees, Jimmy Alvarez and William Gonzalez, were suspended on April 16 after numerous sexual harassment allegations were made against them, according to four people who work at...


Community

Community members discuss solutions to gun violence at "Protecting Broome's Children"

Close to 20 community members voiced a number of perspectives on gun violence from across the political spectrum at a series of panel discussions on protecting Broome County’s children on Wednesday evening....


Speakers

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity: Derek Thompson

Pipe Dream sat down with Derek Thompson, a senior editor for The Atlantic and the author of the national best-selling book “Hit Makers: How to Succeed in an Age of Distraction.” His...


Community

Community rallies to demand stricter gun laws at Binghamton's March For Our Lives

Hundreds of Broome County high school students and their supporters gathered at the March for Our Lives protest in the City of Binghamton on Saturday to demand stricter gun-control laws. The march...


Restaurant Week Spring 2018

Whole in the Wall displays Binghamton's cultural history — and some of the best food the city has to offer

Walking into Whole in the Wall, one steps into what looks like a physical representation of the city of Binghamton’s history. The walls are covered with photos showcasing the city’s past and...


Campus News

Students, University condemn email from engineering professor

Everybody on the electrical and computer engineering graduate Listserv got an email Wednesday morning promoting the National Society of Black Engineer’s club fundraiser at Outback Steakhouse. Everybody on the Listserv also got...


Campus News

Students join national school walkout

Since Jan. 1, more than a dozen school shootings have occurred in the United States. On March 14 at 10 a.m. local time, students walked out of classrooms across the nation in...