Jillian Forstadt

Assistant News Editor

jforsta1@binghamton.edu

37 Articles


Campus News

County legislature approves opioid addiction treatment facility funding

The Southern Tier will soon have another tool in the battle against opioids. The Broome Developmental Center is slated to open this spring after the county legislature voted 11-4 to accept $2.7...


Campus News

'Together' support group provides space for international students

When Tianchang Gao first came to Binghamton University, she didn’t know a single student, nor much of the language spoken by her peers and professors. “Together,” a support group that meets weekly,...


Campus News

Stenger addresses state budget reductions

The New York state budget won’t be announced until January, but on Tuesday, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger set expectations for future tuition changes at the semiannual full-faculty meeting. The majority of...


Campus News

Clean Energy Careers Panel explores industry access

On Wednesday evening, six panelists convened in the Fountain Room of the Innovative Technologies Center to discuss opportunities within the clean-energy field. The event, moderated by Brian Rose, vice president for student...


Community

$100K grant will fund local battle against opioid addiction

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo (D-Endwell) announced a new regional initiative to combat the opioid epidemic at a press conference at the Binghamton University Downtown Center on Monday morning. Alongside a group of collaborating...


On the Record

October 5, 2017: Episode Two

Student engagement in the Binghamton mayoral race is on the rise this semester. Jacob Bezner, campaign manager of Generation Vote and sophomore, speaks about the CCE’s mayoral forum on Wednesday and voter...


Community

Binghamton mayoral candidates focus on student concerns at forum

Student priorities were brought to the forefront of the city of Binghamton mayoral race at a forum hosted by the Center of Civic Engagement (CCE) on Wednesday evening. Both incumbent Mayor Rich...


Community

Bud Koffman, Southern Tier Incubator namesake, dies at 92

Binghamton community philanthropist and businessman Burton “Bud” Koffman died on Sept. 20. He was 92. Koffman was a member of the Binghamton Advisory Board to the School of Management (SOM) and the...


On the Record

Sept. 28, 2017: Episode One

Welcome to the first episode of On the Record, Pipe Dream’s weekly roundup of the news affecting the Binghamton University community. We’ll take a deeper look at some of our headlines and...


Campus News

Educational Opportunity Program fosters community, welcomes largest freshman class

 The Educational Opportunity Program’s (EOP) town hall, held at the beginning of each semester, looked more like a family reunion than a gathering of 700 students in the Mandela Room in the...