Laura D'Angelo

ldangel2@binghamton.edu

16 Articles


Campus News

BU to produce first affirmative action report in 10 years

In an effort to evaluate diversity and hiring practices on campus, Binghamton University will be working on its first comprehensive affirmative action report in 10 years with the help of Affirmity, a...


Campus News

'Extra cash': Despite the risks, some students deal illicit drugs on campus

Textbooks. School supplies. Meal plans. Student loans. Cab rides. These are just some of the bills that the average college student must pay, and for some, they are a stress that is...


Community

Decol A hosts emergency solidarity meeting following shooting

After Shakeel Khan, 50, was shot in Johnson City on Saturday night, multicultural student groups came together to host an emergency meeting. At least 70 students from various organizations, including Decol A,...


Campus News

University to host eighth annual St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser for childhood cancer

This Thursday, Binghamton University students and local community members will be shaving their heads to support kids with cancer. Partnering with Dapper Rascal Studio, a barber lounge located on 60 Court St....


Campus News

Students cultivate syrup from campus trees

Binghamton University students walking toward the East Gym may have noticed various orange buckets leaning against trees on campus in recent weeks, part of a maple syrup cultivation project led by students...


Campus News

PULSE hosts seventh annual banquet, celebrates campus women of color

Binghamton University students gathered for a night of empowerment, performances and recognition to celebrate women of color at the seventh annual Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) banquet in the Mandela...


Campus News

Campus Starbucks sees temporary supply shortages

Last week, Binghamton University students trying to grab a cup of coffee at the Starbucks cafe came across a sign from management. The sign announced that the cafe’s primary carrier in the...


Campus News

Proposed state budget cuts could hurt Educational Opportunity Program

In 2018, Binghamton University provided Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) enrollment to 140 freshmen, according to SUNY records. Now, the program is in danger of seeing budget cuts. The proposed state budget would...


Campus News

If New York legalizes marijuana, how will BU's policies change?

In December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed what many may have already suspected — New York state is moving toward legalizing recreational marijuana, a policy shift that could impact Binghamton University’s rules and...


Science & Research

Assistant professor conducts research in Antarctica

Not many people can say they have visited Antarctica, but Molly Patterson spent part of her winter break conducting research on the southernmost continent. In December, Patterson, an assistant professor for geological...