Lia Berger

lberger8@binghamton.edu

16 Articles


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...


Campus News

Faculty members undergo extensive evaluations to achieve tenure

Many faculty members hoping to achieve tenured positions next year are currently undergoing the in-depth process of earning one of these coveted positions. According to the American Association of University Professors, tenure...


Campus News

Students host memorial in honor of Sophie de Tournemire

Friends, relatives and professors gathered in the Hinman College Quad to pay their respects to Sophie de Tournemire, a rising sophomore who took her own life in July. The service was held...


Campus News

Students create papel picado for Latinx Heritage Month

Students created colorful papel picados, a decorative Mexican craft, during the Multicultural Resource Center’s (MRC) celebration of Latinx Heritage Month on Monday. The event, held in collaboration with Omega Phi Beta Sorority...


Campus News

University, local organizations mobilize students to vote in midterm elections

According to the 2018 Voter Engagement Survey from The Atlantic, 28 percent of young adults ages 18 to 29 said they will definitely be voting in the 2018 midterm elections, when all...


Campus News

Binghamton University rises in U.S. News and World Report college rankings

Binghamton University rose six spots in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 Best Public Colleges rankings. In 2018, the University was ranked No. 87 on the “Best National Universities” list and...


Science & Research

Binghamton University's first corpse flower declared deceased

After 11 years of pollinations, dormancies and inflorescences, Binghamton University’s first corpse flower, Metis, was declared deceased in April. The once 90-pound, 87-inch flower was dormant in 2016 and eventually became overrun...


Campus News

Late GIMs gain popularity among club sports

For many new and returning students, attending general interest meetings (GIMs) is an important first step to getting involved with campus groups. But this year, some of the meetings are getting a...


Science & Research

Annual Edgar W. Couper lecture highlights mixed methods

Each year, the Edgar W. Couper Endowment Fund for Educational Excellence brings one distinguished scientist to speak at Binghamton University. On Friday, the fund brought Anthony Onwuegbuzie, the former president of the...