Michelle Kraidman

Pipe Dream News


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Panelists discuss their experiences having AIDS, HIV

Hearing about HIV/AIDS in health class is one thing, but hearing about it from people who actually have it is a whole different learning experience. That’s why volunteers from the Southern Tier...


Former comparative literature professor remembered by BU community

Marilyn Gaddis Rose, a distinguished professor of comparative literature and the co-director of the the Translation Research and Instruction Program (TRIP), passed away on November 15 at the age of 85. Gaddis...


Professor looks at Asian financial crisis through film

When an economic crisis hits, there are a lot of repercussions, from skyrocketing unemployment to plummeting markets. It’s sometimes hard to remember that these events can influence individuals and their experiences —...


Males’ silence, role in inequality explored through “Passion to Action”

When men are silent after being confronted with violence against women and hyper-masculine gender roles, they are more than just ignorant — they actively work to promote injustices; speaking up might make...


Panel focuses on impact of masculinity in promoting gender equality

Men can play a larger role than that of quiet bystander in the fight for gender equality, and Binghamton University students and faculty are trying to get them to realize inequality can...


In midst of violence in Israel, BU students gather to mourn deaths

With Israeli flags draped across their backs, Binghamton University students showed their support for Israel with a vigil honoring those killed in the violence this past month. The vigil was organized by...


Binghamton University celebrates first pride parade

LGBTQ students and allies braved the cold and a few minutes of snow to show their pride of and support for the LGBTQ community in Binghamton University’s first Pride Parade. The marchers...


Road Map interns work hands-on to better BU

Starting in the spring, a select few students will be spending time with Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger every week through the Road Map Internship program. Stenger is currently accepting applications to...

Campus News

Old Digman Hall to reopen as housing for freshmen in Fall 2016

Coming fall 2016, Old Digman Hall will reopen with all-new renovations for an all-new class of Bearcats. Although the buildings in the retired Dickinson Community are now mostly used for classes, Residential...


Idea Pitch competition gives students chance to share entrepreneurial ventures

Hoping to win $1,000, five Binghamton University students put their ideas to the test in the entrepreneurial department’s inaugural “Idea Pitch” competition. On Monday evening in the Innovative Technologies Complex, five students...