Kaitlyn Hart

Assistant News Editor

khart1@binghamton.edu

20 Articles


Campus News

BU extends winter break as Omicron cases continue to increase

Binghamton University students have an extra week of winter break this year due to increasing rates of the Omicron variant, according to a Dec. 23 B-Line News Addition. The message from BU...


News

Protest held against establishments accused of sexual assault

Hundreds gathered in Downtown Binghamton on Saturday to protest outside of Dos Rios Cantina and The Colonial on Court Street after allegations of sexual assault against the owners of the restaurants. The...


Campus News

OCCT To Resume Late Nite Weekend Service On Friday, Oct. 29

Starting on Oct. 29, Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) will resume Late Nite Service, after it was canceled on Oct. 12 due to “excessive mistreatment” of employees and buses. Late Nite Service...


Campus News

BU LGBTQ+ organizations hold OUTober March for National Coming Out Day

Members of the Binghamton University LGBTQ+ community got together to show their pride at the University’s annual pride march after a postponement last year due to COVID-19. The fourth-annual pride march, which...


Campus News

Garbanzo's Mediterranean Grill opens in Hinman Dining Center

The recently renovated Hinman Dining Center has a new retail dining option for students to try out. On Saturday, Garbanzo’s Mediterranean Grill had its grand opening on the third floor of the...


Campus News

"The 3 Rs: The Road to Reparations and Reconciliation" virtual talk educates students to address reconciliation of racial issues

Mary Frances Berry, an international civil rights activist, and Hilary Robertson-Hickling, a scholar of the Caribbean diaspora, gave a virtual talk about reparations and reconciliation at Binghamton University via Zoom on Thursday....


Speakers

Dr. Yusef Salaam speaks to BU students virtually in honor of Black History Month

Dr. Yusef Salaam, a member of the exonerated Central Park Five and an advocate for people who have suffered from false confessions and police brutality, spoke at Binghamton University in honor of...


Campus News

BU Libraries, Multicultural Resource Center create food drive for campus Food Pantry

The Binghamton University Libraries and the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) are teaming up this semester to increase awareness of climate change and the fight against food insecurity. Through a $1,000 grant from...


Feature

BU junior reflects on run for Broome County Legislature

A Binghamton University student ran for Broome County Legislature in the most recent election, hoping to elevate student voices in the local lawmaking process. Jackson White, a junior majoring in philosophy, politics...


Community

COVID-19 on the rise in Broome County, Binghamton

Coronavirus cases are on the rise in Broome County as students and residents go to local restaurants and bars while ignoring social distancing guidelines. As of Sept. 30, there are 193 active...