Lia Berger

Copy Desk Chief

lberger8@binghamton.edu

24 Articles


Campus News

Fifth-annual Multicultural Extravaganza discusses political climate

While the coronavirus pandemic has prevented large, in-person gatherings from being held, the Intercultural Welcome Committee was able to cater to 362 attendees through a virtual version of the annual Multicultural Extravaganza....


Columns

Senior Column: It's the little things

There’s no other way to talk about my college experience than to start with the lesser-known, often overlooked and utterly essential Pipe Dream section that defined it: the copy desk. People outside...


Restaurant Week Fall 2019

Fall 2019 Restaurant Week: Peterson's Tavern

Peterson’s Tavern is known for the weekly live music shows it holds outdoors, with crowds gathering at the corner of Front and Main Street each Saturday night to enjoy sets that range...


Campus News

Quarterly report addresses hiring freeze exemptions

With state-implemented salary increases for faculty members contributing to a budgetary crisis at Binghamton University, President Harvey Stenger announced a hiring hold in December to combat the financial issue — and an...


Greek Life

Pi Lambda Phi fraternity suspended from campus following hazing allegations

Binghamton University’s chapter of Pi Lambda Phi has been suspended from campus after allegations of hazing surfaced roughly three weeks ago. On Monday, March 25, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life...


Campus News

Despite initial plans, University announces Hughes Hall will remain open during Hinman College renovations

With Hinman Dining Hall and one residential building closing next semester for renovations, residents of Hinman College had to decide if they wanted to return for next year, despite the construction and...


Sex Issue 2019

Lesbian, queer women face barriers to accessing dental dams, learning about safe sex

At Binghamton University, condoms are commonly available, but safe-sex materials for queer and lesbian women are harder to find. In dormitory halls across campus, every Resident Assistant office is stocked with a...


Campus News

University creates new data science graduate program

Harpur College, the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and the School of Management have come together to collaborate on a new graduate degree program, the Master of Science in Data Analytics...


Community

Larry Sharpe hosts rally at Galaxy Brewing Company in Downtown Binghamton

On Saturday, a crowd of supporters gathered outside Galaxy Brewing Company with signs and T-shirts in anticipation of Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe’s arrival. Sharpe’s rally, hosted in the Downtown Binghamton restaurant...


Campus News

Roosevelt Institute, New York Public Interest Group host midterm election information session

Midterm elections are rapidly approaching, and with all eyes on New York’s 22nd congressional district, Binghamton University’s campus organizations are hoping to educate and engage student voters. On Monday in Lecture Hall...