Jillian Forstadt

Assistant News Editor

jforsta1@binghamton.edu

27 Articles


Campus News

Snapchat takeovers spotlight student, alumni lives

You’re likely to catch a glimpse of the life of your classmate, your professor or an alumnus on Binghamton University’s social media through the Snapchat Takeover program. Through the initiative, individuals and...


Campus News

State of the University emphasizes expanding health sciences, economic renewal

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger highlighted the next steps of his Road Map initiative on Thursday during his annual State of the University address. University faculty, staff and community leaders congregated in...


Speakers

Geography Department discusses immigrants' effects on cities

As the topic of immigration moves to the forefront of national consciousness, Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen emphasized the vital role immigrants continue to play in helping cities around the United States thrive. This was...


Campus News

Mountainview pilot program redefines RA role, residential experience

Resident assistants (RAs) are a thing of the past in the Mountainview College living community. This year, RAs, who used to number two a floor in each of four buildings, have been...


On-Campus Events

Stephen Stills and Judy Collins perform at Anderson Center

Students and community members took to the Anderson Center’s Osterhout Concert Theater on Monday evening to reminisce with performers Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, currently on their first tour together to promote...


Campus News

New students of color networking event sparks relationships between faculty, students

On the eve of the first day of classes, students, faculty and professors shuffled from table to table in a room on the first floor of the New University Union. Stick-on name...


Music

Lorde grows up and out on “Melodrama”

See another take on the album here. “I’m 19 and I’m on fire.” Lorde creates brilliant electricity in both the music and messages of her sophomore album, “Melodrama.” Almost four years after...


News

High-tech Incubator in Downtown Binghamton invites entrepreneurial success

In January 2012, New York state Senator Chuck Schumer stood on the corner of Hawley and Carroll streets in Downtown Binghamton, bracing himself against the winter wind and promising to seek federal...


Campus News

Decker to offer Healthy Practices Clinic for tobacco users

Starting on Aug. 1, Binghamton University’s campus will be tobacco-free. For the many students and faculty who will be affected by this change of policy, the Decker School of Nursing is providing...


Campus News

Big brands strengthen caffeine presence at BU through student recruitment

Caffeine, the most widely used drug on the planet, is consumed by college students both early in the morning and late at night. Products containing the drug are now more accessible to...