Jeremy Rubino

Editor-in-Chief

jrubino3@binghamton.edu

34 Articles


Senior Columns

Senior column: Taking a leap of faith can give you unexpected results

I think I speak for a lot of people when I say this: this past year has been the worst year of my life. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a paradigm shift in...


Restaurant Week Spring 2021

Restaurant Week Spring 2021: Lost Dog

Lost Dog Cafe & Lounge, located at the intersection of Water Street and Henry Street in Downtown Binghamton, is a favorite among students, notably for its trendy, cozy vibe and its quick...


Student Association

Student Association certifies results of 2021-2022 executive board election

The official results of the 2021-2022 Student Association (SA) election are in, but the Binghamton University Council representative position is still in the process of certification. With the high number of candidates...


Administration

Students warned as COVID-19 cases surge at BU

Three weeks after the semester began, Binghamton University is seeing its worst COVID-19 spread yet. In a B-Line News Addition on March 3, Brian Rose, vice president for student affairs, confirmed that...


Campus News

Increase in quarantined, isolated students prompts closure of CIW Dining Hall

As positive COVID-19 cases continue to rise at Binghamton University, quarantined and isolated students are feeling the impact. On Friday, Feb. 19, New York State (NYS) Gov. Andrew Cuomo adjusted the threshold...


Restaurant Week Fall 2020

Fall 2020 Restaurant Week: Social on State

Social on State has become a staple of Downtown Binghamton’s restaurant scene, known for its abundant selection of tapas and its moody ambiance. This Restaurant Week, Social on State offers a $25...


Campus News

BU campus to reopen fall semester

In a B-Line announcement released on May 18, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger asserted that BU is “anticipating and planning” a campus reopening for the fall semester. After dealing with the immediate...


Campus News

Broome County sees first confirmed COVID-19 case, Binghamton institutes 10 p.m. curfew

Broome County health officials announced on Tuesday that the county has one confirmed case of the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in response, Binghamton Mayor Rich David issued a mandatory curfew for the city...


Campus News

Friends of Max Martinez hold vigil

The Binghamton University community learned of the death of Max Martinez from a Dateline announcement sent shortly after 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29. Just a day later, hundreds of people attended...


Campus News

Stenger hints at another donation from anonymous baseball donor

At Friday’s Binghamton University Council meeting, BU President Harvey Stenger asserted that the recent $60 million baseball complex donation includes provisions currently unknown to students, suggesting that another announcement is soon to...






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