Kimberly Gonzalez

Digital Editor

kgonza38@binghamton.edu

24 Articles


Community

Orlando Tercero appeals sentencing for murder of Haley Anderson

On Tuesday, a Nicaraguan court dismissed former Binghamton University student Orlando Tercero’s appeal to reduce his sentence of 30 years in a Nicaraguan prison for the murder of senior nursing student Haley...


Campus News

Title IX training held for all BU faculty, staff

Binghamton University’s Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS) is providing mandatory Title IX training sessions for all faculty and staff. Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination in educational institutions...


On-Campus Events

Mainstage spring season to close with 'Sweet Charity'

While the midpoint of the semester may be a sour time for many, this year’s Mainstage spring musical aims to sweeten up midterms week. Based on a script by Neil Simon, music...


Men's Lacrosse

Men's lacrosse wins home opener in triple overtime

Tied 10-10 against Lafayette with 56 seconds left in the third session of sudden-death overtime, the Binghamton men’s lacrosse team was tirelessly awaiting an opportunity to sweep the ball past Lafayette sophomore...


Campus News

Plans for library collections relocation to be adjusted

Renovations to the third floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library are expected to begin in July 2021, raising concerns about the relocation of the books the floor currently holds. The third-floor...


Community

New transportation company to come to Binghamton

With a four-day weekend coming up in March, students could potentially benefit from a new transportation company coming to Binghamton this week. FlixBus is a German-based transportation company in Europe that expanded...


Off-Campus News

'Empowering our communities': PLOT hosts bystander training session

In the past few years, the city of Binghamton has witnessed public uproar regarding allegations of the local police department abusing its power. In response, Progressive Leaders Of Tomorrow (PLOT) created bystander...


News

Martin Luther King, Jr. week events continue with space for racial healing session

During Martin Luther King Week, a celebration promoted by Binghamton University, a variety of events took place with the goal of helping students, faculty and staff cope with racial trauma, including a...


Community

As break approaches, local officials urge students to take proactive steps to prevent burglaries

The Southern Tier Crime Analysis Center reported four burglaries on Murray Street in Binghamton over Thanksgiving break, and as a longer holiday approaches, officials are warning the students to take precautions against...


Community

'No justice, no peace': Group gathers to support student arrested for taking down Birthright International advertisements

Binghamton University students chanted “no justice, no peace” on Thursday morning in the parking lot next to the Vestal Town Court in support of a student who was arrested for taking down...