Kara Jillian Brown
Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
Letter from the editor
Letter form the Editor
At the start of my junior year, I became one of two assistant Arts & Culture editors, one of two black people on production staff and the only black woman on production...
Senior Column: Learning to assume my own identity
My relationship with race has always been far more complex than necessary. I am a proud black daughter of two amazing black parents, but I always struggled with feeling black enough. I’ve...
Black hair in Binghamton
Photos by Kevin Paredes/Photography Editor For black girls like Alianna Thompson, a junior majoring in sociology, getting their hair done in the city of Binghamton isn’t that simple. As a freshman, Thompson...
Every day, your body is what gives you the power to wake up and be you. Though setting healthy aesthetic and weight-based goals is OK, they shouldn’t be your only focus. Whether...
Cultural connections at BU
When Li Xi visits a new country, she’s not only interested in the culture, but also the physical geography of the area. “Whenever my parents took me to travel, I was always...
Find your zen off campus
Between catching up after break and preparing for finals, these last few weeks of the semester can get stressful. Although there are a lot of de-stress events held on campus, they may...
SAPB to bring former 'Girl Code' stars to campus
“Girl Code” starlettes are coming to Binghamton University. The Student Association Programming Board announced on Monday that actress-comedians Nicole Byer and Carly Aquilino will be performing in Lecture Hall 1 on April...
Restaurant Week Spring 2018
Garage Taco Bar exceeds expectations
The first time I visited Garage Taco Bar in December 2015, I left less than impressed. I’m not sure what I ordered, but I know it was a taco and that I...
'Smart People': a comedy about race
“Smart People” is a play that ran in Studio B/Gruber Theater in the Fine Arts Building March 9 through March 11. The comedy of manners is set in the days leading up...
Curls on canvas
Sophea Clarke, a sophomore majoring in biology, uses art as a way to embrace her culture, exercise her creativity and express her emotions. ...