Katy Wong

Managing Editor


50 Articles


St. Paddy's bites for the weekend ahead

Despite the new Winter Break, students have found a way to hold a makeshift St. Patrick’s Day celebration on March 18. With a day full of binge-drinking and drunk texts, it is...


Battle of the Bands crowns Spring Fling opener

Binghamton University students lined up outside the Undergrounds on Friday night waiting to hear 10 bands for the chance to open for this year’s Spring Fling headliner. Ultimately, alternative rock band POOL...


Downtown museum debuts fashion exhibition

If you’re seeking an escape from the brutal Binghamton weather or need a break from cold, drunken nights, skip the crowded fraternity houses this Friday and visit the exhibition on Progressive fashion...


Joining campus and community with rice

Through a student’s efforts, homemade Asian food has recently come to Binghamton University. The Rice Guys, a Japanese rice ball delivery service founded and run by BU students, began serving the community...

Off-Campus Events

BU senior plans Band Jam fundraiser

In the Binghamton area, the appropriately named “Planned Fam Band Jam” is providing a forum for musicians to add their voices to the conversation. ...


'The Nutcracker' gets jazzed this weekend

The entire stage was filled with dancing colors and glittery dresses that sparkled against the production lights. ...


ASU celebrates students' roots at Asian Night

Hundreds of students gathered in Binghamton University’s Osterhout Concert Theater in the Anderson Center on Saturday evening to attend the annual Asian Student Union’s (ASU) Asian Night, which featured a diverse slate...

On-Campus Events

With banquet, LiNK marks decade of aid to Refugees

BU’s chapter was able to fundraise over $3,000 last semester, which was used to help rescue two refugees who were facing imprisonment. ...

On-Campus Events

Find fun outside of State Street this Halloween

Relax with a free cup of hot apple cider and donuts in hand while listening to six Binghamton area authors share their original horror stories, hosted by RiverRead Books on Court Street ...


Student-run business brings bubble tea Downtown

The brothers’ main vision was to create an eatery in Downtown Binghamton where students could socialize, grab a good cup of bubble tea and relax after class. ...