Kaitlyn Hart


9 Articles

Science & Research

Coronavirus negatively impacts BU research

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, research labs across Binghamton University’s campus are making the tough choice between changing the way they conduct research or halting research entirely until the outbreak subsides. Tim de...

Campus News

Campus posters feature incorrect deadlines for primary elections

Posters spotted around campus last week encouraged students to register to vote in the Democratic primaries, but contained a crucial error, displaying a mistake regarding the deadline for changing voting party registration...

Campus News

Hinman College construction sees yearlong delay

Construction on Hinman Dining Hall and Cleveland Hall will last longer than originally planned, according to Binghamton University officials. The renovations to Cleveland Hall, which were originally supposed to be completed by...


Nine arrested during protest at Broome County Legislative Chambers against proposed law

Protests erupted in the Broome County Legislative Chamber on Thursday night as legislators met to vote on a law that would criminalize “annoying, alarming or threaten[ing] the personal safety of any emergency...

Campus News

Hinman College renovations to block pathways around living community

As construction in Hinman College continues, new fencing around Hinman Dining Hall will block walking paths for commuter students parked in Parking Lot M and those who live in Susquehanna Community and...

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Sculpture reintroduced on campus as part of new art exhibit

The Peace Quad is the new home of a sculpture created by former Binghamton University faculty member Ed Wilson, which was unveiled as a part of an art exhibition at the BU...

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Passion to Action talk discusses investigations of political corruption

National news has recently been hit with updates on numerous ongoing investigations of government, including Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigations of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. On Thursday, Wendy Martinek,...


Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments uses damaged city property to create food-producing garden

On Tudor Street in Downtown Binghamton, a garden is starting to take shape. The garden belongs to an organization known as Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments (VINES), which is using damaged property to...

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Hindu Student Council, Delta Epsilon Psi host eighth annual Holi celebration on campus

More than 350 Binghamton University students were splattered with various colors for the eighth annual celebration of Holi, a Hindu holiday that welcomes spring, on the Newing College co-rec field on Sunday...