Lakhsmi Chatterjee

Arts & Culture Editor

lchatte1@binghamton.edu

78 Articles


Campus News

New social distancing bots damaged in University Union vandalization

While Binghamton University continued to expand COVID-19 precautions on campus through the implementation of social distancing bots, the University Union was vandalized during surveillance testing hours on Tuesday. On Feb. 23, a...


On-Campus Events

Baths, Fire-Toolz to perform at first virtual BUMP show

Binghamton Underground Music Presents (BUMP) will host its first virtual concert on Feb. 19 with Baths and Fire-Toolz. The electro and experimental acts will perform on a YouTube livestream that students can...


Off-Campus Events

Restaurant Week returns amid COVID-19 pandemic

Every Binghamton foodie’s favorite time of the year is here again. Restaurant Week is a biannual event where restaurants in Binghamton offer discounts and special menus for lunch and dinner. The event...


Community

Kopernik Science Park opens to general public

After six years of planning, funding and community effort, the Kopernik Observatory & Science Center opened the Kopernik Science Park on the grounds of the observatory on Oct. 22. The science park...


Music

Politics and protest through music

Music has been an active form of protest for centuries. Since the beginning of American history, songs have signaled times of revolution and political change. The classic children’s song “Yankee Doodle” itself...


On-Campus Events

Steve Aoki to perform at first virtual fall concert

Get ready to attend a rave in the comfort of your own home on Oct. 23 as DJ Steve Aoki takes the virtual stage for this year’s fall concert. In response to...


Feature

I-GMAP webinar discusses United States-Mexico border situation through atrocity prevention lens

“The U.S. Border as an Atrocity Prevention Site,” a webinar hosted by the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP), analyzed how American laws and the actions of U.S. Immigration and...


On-Campus Events

Hostile Terrain brings attention to migrant deaths while crossing the border in the Sonoran Desert

Since the 1990s, over 3,200 people have died while crossing the Sonoran Desert between Mexico and Arizona. On Oct. 5, a participatory art display debuted in the Grand Corridor of the Fine...


Campus News

BU Libraries release anti-racism statement

In wake of the Black Lives Matter movement and protests going on across the nation, the Binghamton University Libraries released an anti-racism statement last Wednesday. The statement starts by saying that the...


News

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity 2020: Abby Govindan

Pipe Dream interviewed Abby Govindan, a comedian and aspiring television writer who has been performing stand-up since 2017. Govindan’s TEDxBinghamtonUniversity talk focused on how media representation affects self-perception. This interview has been...