Leora Schwadron

Assistant News Editor


15 Articles


Nicaraguan prosecutors present evidence, law enforcement officials testify on second day of Haley Anderson murder trial

In a day of trial on Friday that left several of Haley Anderson’s family and friends in tears, Nicaraguan prosecutors presented physical evidence from her murder case and and focused on testimonies...

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BU to survey students on tobacco-free policy

Depending on the results of a new survey designed to evaluate campus feedback to the Binghamton University’s Tobacco-Free Campus Initiative, the current policy may be going up in smoke. The survey, which...

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BU student uses crowdfunding to help pay tuition

There are many different ways students go about paying for their education, including applying for loans and scholarships or working jobs throughout high school. But for Omaya Shahata, a freshman majoring in...


Binghamton citizens rally to raise awareness on high prescription drug prices

As thousands of activists across the country gathered for the “People Over Pharma Profits” National Day of Action, local health care advocates and patients held a press conference and protest in Downtown...


Department of Transportation announces $1.1M project to create sidewalk system along Vestal Parkway

Students and residents alike can soon expect new sidewalks along Vestal Parkway. This past week, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) announced plans to begin a $1.1 million project that...

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Students experience difficulties receiving small package UPS deliveries

In the past week, students at Binghamton University have been experiencing issues receiving small deliveries from UPS. As Physical Facilities and UPS have encountered delivery issues, some students have received messages that...

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Storage and shipping company opens new branch at BU

In previous years, students looking to move their belongings at the end of the semester have packed their stuff into a car for a trip home. But now, they have another option...

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Students establish Girls Who Code chapter at Binghamton University

When engineering students Kasey Hill, Caitlin Hall and Fiona Liang noticed there was no club in Binghamton that could introduce coding to the next generation of female students, they decided to form...

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Road salt could impact Binghamton University's yellow-spotted salamanders

Every February and March, yellow-spotted salamanders migrate from College-in-the-Woods to the Nature Preserve. But with the amount of snow that has accumulated at Binghamton University this winter, the salamanders may face a...

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Professionals talk state of diversity in business

In an effort to increase dialogue on the changing role of diversity and inclusion in the business world, professionals from a variety of accounting and financial services firms came together for the...