Jillian Forstadt

Digital Editor


58 Articles


Senior Column: Confronting uncertainties leads to endless opportunities

All my life I’ve sought closure, but it always seems to elude me. I’ll admit I’m a sentimental person. I like when moments, big or small, come together tied with a bow....

On-Campus Events

BUMP brings Jamila Woods to the Undergrounds

On May 2, Chicago-based artist Jamila Woods filled the University Union Undergrounds with her soulful lyrics at the final Binghamton Underground Music Presents (BUMP) show of the spring semester. Backed by a...

Drug Issue 2019

Local CBD store offers cannabis-based products

CBD is the latest booming cannabis-derived health trend, and a new Vestal store now gives locals access to a range of products with the drug. Your CBD Store, located a short few...

Sex Issue 2019

Price of laboratory tests inhibits STI testing

While appointments at Decker Student Health Services Center are covered by Binghamton University’s student health fee, laboratory testing, including tests for sexually transmitted diseases and infections, is not, posing a potential cost...

Restaurant Week Fall 2018

Desserts steal the spotlight at Lost Dog

If you’re a Binghamton University student who hasn’t been to the Lost Dog Cafe, do you really go to school here? Almost everyone knows this popular Downtown Binghamton establishment, and my meal...


Don’t confuse your sense of self with your selfie

At his talk on campus yesterday, Bo Burnham brought up the culture of self-documentation that has become so specific to our generation. Burnham’s film, “Eighth Grade,” follows a young girl, Kayla, as...


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...


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...


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...