Kimberly Gonzalez

kgonza38@binghamton.edu

58 Articles


Lifestyles

De-stress events to attend during finals week

The time leading up to finals week can be jarring: the late nights, the studying, the shaky hands after consuming immense amounts of caffeine and worst of all, the stress. Finals season...


Features

Binghamton explores connection to Indigenous peoples during Native American Heritage Month

November is National Native American Heritage Month, a period of time dedicated to learning about the history of Native Americans in every location of the Americas. With 12 Indigenous reservations on its...


Lifestyles

"Let's Talk" aims to provide mental health care to historically disenfranchised communities

According to the American Psychiatric Association (APA), lack of accessibility to mental health care services is prominent within minority communities. The University Counseling Center (UCC), Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) and Q Center...


Lifestyles

A guide to recycling made easy

It’s easy to not think about where our waste goes, seeing as we’re completely removed from the process. Our trash and recycling are conveniently disposed of with our efficient curbside pick-up and...


Campus News

CIW welcomes new Environmental Action and Studies learning community

In 1972, College-in-the-Woods was completed with the environment in mind when demonstrations conducted by students successfully led to the preservation of the woods, which were planned to be demolished. Nearly 50 years...


Community

Green roof project completed at Binghamton City Hall

A new green patch has recently been planted in Downtown Binghamton, only it’s not on the ground. It’s on the roof of Binghamton City Hall and the City Council Chambers. The completed...


Features

A brief history of the Indigenous peoples who lived here before us

The Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers join in Downtown Binghamton which, in the 1700s, was the sacred home of the Onondaga tribe. Before English settlers arrived in North America, the Iroquois — also...


Student Association

BU Council Representative Willa Scolari resigns

Willa Scolari, a junior majoring in psychology, unexpectedly resigned from her Binghamton University Council representative position last week, prompting discussion on finding her successor. The position is the only student representation of...


Community

SUNY Chancellor's emergency directive to place penalties on students who break COVID-19 guidelines

Starting Oct. 1 at 8 a.m., SUNY students face new penalties if they break institution or statewide coronavirus regulations. The “emergency directive” was sent to all SUNY presidents on Sept. 25 by...


Housing Issue

A guide to composting, food waste disposal methods

Food needs oxygen to decompose properly. Many people put their food in the garbage to send to landfills, resulting in rotting scraps suffocated under a sea of trash. With no oxygen, the...