Kimberly Gonzalez

News Editor

kgonza38@binghamton.edu

45 Articles


Campus News

2019 University report sees rise in drug arrests, referrals from previous years

Binghamton University’s 2019 Annual Security and Fire Report was released last spring and showcased an increase in numbers of drug referrals, a write-up of a student who has violated the Student Code...


News

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity 2020: Mika McKinnon

Pipe Dream Zoom-chatted with Mika McKinnon, a geophysicist focusing on disaster research and a science writer and adviser for the entertainment industry. McKinnon’s writing has been featured in io9, WIRED, Vox Media...


Campus News

Spring schedule announced with start date of Feb. 15, no breaks

On Thursday, the academic calendar for spring 2021 was released after being under review since the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic set in. The first day of classes is an unprecedented Feb....


Campus News

Nature Preserve sees littering over Labor Day weekend

A visit to Binghamton University’s Nature Preserve is filled with sightings of thriving birds, giant anthills and, sometimes, uncharacteristic red Solo Cups. On Monday, a photo posted on Reddit, a network to...


Campus News

Two University employees no longer work for BU amid sexual misconduct allegations

Editor’s Note: At 8:10 p.m. on Sept. 2, Pipe Dream was made aware that Samuel Elikem Kwame Nyamuame’s name was removed from the Change.org petition. Pipe Dream will continue to update this...


Campus News

Committee formed to review UPD's policies, procedures

The Black Lives Matter movement has garnered traction over the summer as videos of police brutality against Black people went viral, prompting vocal activism nationwide. On Wednesday, Aug. 26, Binghamton University President...


Campus News

University suffers $11 million shortfall due to COVID-19

As colleges and universities reopen nationwide, the economic burden of the COVID-19 pandemic has hampered reopening efforts. For Binghamton University, it has resulted in a $27 million loss. $25 million of the...


Campus News

Human development professor dies following brief illness

Lubna Chaudhry, 54, associate professor of human development, died on Aug. 12 according to a Binghamton University Dateline announcement released Thursday. According to the statement, Chaudhry had died after battling with a...


Off-Campus News

Binghamton mayor enacts law to curb underage drinking

On July 17, Binghamton Mayor Rich David announced a “social host” ordinance law to enact penalties during situations of underage drinking. The law states that a host of a social gathering where...


Politics

BU alumnus retires from Army following bullying, intimidation tactics from Trump

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, ‘98, who testified against President Donald Trump during his impeachment inquiry, announced on Wednesday that he will retire from the Army, citing bullying and intimidation from Trump. On...