Lia Berger

lberger8@binghamton.edu

11 Articles


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...


Speakers

Moving from the Margins into Action' talks sexual assault, supporting survivors

One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college, according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. Within the LGBTQ community, transgender people and bisexual women...


Science & Research

Research Days showcases undergraduate, graduate projects

Binghamton University’s seventh annual Research Days kicked off Wednesday and will continue throughout the week, showcasing student and faculty research from multiple departments. The annual program features various presentations and panel discussions,...


Speakers

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity: Winter Clark

Hours before TEDxBinghamtonUniversity, Pipe Dream spoke with Winter Clark, the host of this year’s event and a senior double-majoring in philosophy and the individualized major program. This interview has been edited for...


Campus News

Panel discusses voting reform, midterm elections

Binghamton University was a designated polling center for students on campus this past November, but only about 300 of the 7,000 students who live on campus voted. Democracy Matters and the Center...


Science & Research

Geography department holds third annual GIS Day

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger opened the third annual Geography Information System (GIS) Day on Friday as he declared his intent to use GIS technology on campus and in the town of...