Lorena Maggiore

lmaggio1@binghamton.edu

9 Articles


Music

WHRW Radio Patria celebrates 40th anniversary

WHRW 90.5 FM is a community radio station located on campus that has been active since 1966. Ferdinand Montalvo, ‘87, host of the Latin department of WHRW Radio Patria, which translates to...


Music

A playlist featuring Latin American/Hispanic artists

National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions made by Hispanic and Latin American people. Hispanic/Latin culture is filled with great music, dancing and unique instruments. Instruments...


Lifestyles

Ranking the best apple orchards in the greater Binghamton area

While the pandemic has limited opportunities for students to go out and socialize, a great way to spend time with friends is through apple-picking. Exploring different orchards makes it easy to maintain...


Off-Campus Events

Miranda: a new digital act from LUMA and Tri-Cities emerges during COVID-19

Last Thursday, Sept. 24, the Tri-Cities Opera (TCO) and LUMA Projection Arts Festival premiered their virtual steampunk opera, “Miranda.” After both TCO and LUMA had canceled their season and festival respectively due...


Housing Issue

A look into Binghamton's geographical, socioeconomic divisions

I have always wondered why students feel safer with each other rather than with locals. The Binghamton locals that I have met have mostly been friendly and kind. But after touring a...


Art

The Binghamton University Art Museum opens its doors to visitors

Just two days away from opening its spring exhibition, Binghamton University’s Art Museum’s opening was put on hold in March as the coronavirus pandemic struck universities across America. The museum’s artwork remained...


Music Issue 2020

A beginner's guide to the most famous classical music

Whether you are watching a cartoon, advertisement or movie, many of the same classical pieces are used in the media. These tunes become familiar to many and are used to bring out...


Lifestyles

President of BU Cheese Club looks ahead to future in food industry

When signing up for a club in college, no one expects their decision to be life-changing. For Sarah Starace, president of the Binghamton University Cheese Club and a senior majoring in biology,...


Features

A look at the Southern Tier's "Little Italy"

Just a 10-minute drive from Binghamton University lies Endicott, a village rich in history and an area with a great Italian presence. Establishments like Consol’s Family Kitchen, Antonio’s Bar & Trattoria, Oaks...