Lakhsmi Chatterjee

lchatte1@binghamton.edu

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Campus News

Binghamton Association of Mixed Students, Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate host workshop on interracial dating

In the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, the Binghamton Association of Mixed Students (BAMS) and Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) collaborated to host a discussion on the cultural differences...


Campus News

Black History Month kicks off with keynote speaker

Roses set in concrete stones lined tables in Old Union Hall on Monday, paying homage to Tupac Shakur’s poem “The Rose That Grew from Concrete,” as the Black Student Union (BSU) and...


Off-Campus Events

Sloth hangs out at DoubleTree

Dozens of families flocked to the DoubleTree by Hilton in Binghamton in hopes of meeting a sloth at the Natural History Exhibition this weekend. While attendees were not allowed to pet it,...


Off-Campus Events

Downtown comedy show features African American comedians

Being downtown at parties or bars on a Saturday night is a routine for some Binghamton University students, but this Saturday, students can shake it up by going to a comedy show...


On-Campus Events

Performer brings comedy and magic to Late Nite

“To kick things off tonight, I’m going to do something stupid. Is that cool?” Joel Meyers asked the crowed to start off his show. By the cheers from the crowd, something stupid...


Campus News

Following postponement, SAPB cancels fall concert and refunds tickets

After almost two months of uncertainty, Binghamton University’s fall concert with rapper 21 Savage has officially been canceled. The concert, originally scheduled for Nov. 15, was canceled after a winter storm hit...


Music

Kick off the new year with new music

A new year means a new beginning for everyone, including artists who want to make new styles of music. It may only be January, but many artists have already released some new...


Campus News

LGBTQ groups talk strategies, tips on how to handle relatives over break

With winter break fast approaching, most students will be going back home and spending time with their families. But for some members of the LGBTQ community, the holidays can pose unique challenges,...


Theater

Traditional Christmas ballet gets jazzy

This past weekend, audiences were swinging through the land of sweets and walking in two-steps as the Watters Theater in the Anderson Center was transformed into a winter wonderland for “Jazz Nutcracker.”...


Campus News

Q Center holds ceremony for Transgender Day of Remembrance

In the midst of dark skies and heavy snow, a group of students gathered under a white tent in front of the Pegasus Statue to sign a transgender flag as part of...