Makoto Toyoda

mtoyoda1@binghamton.edu

20 Articles


Features

Board games provide social alternative for college students

Board games may not immediately come to your mind when thinking of activities for passing the time on weekends or unwinding after class. For most, they are a relic of the past,...


On-Campus Events

IISU's Tamasha brings romantic twist to annual cultural showcase

On Saturday, the Indian International Student Union (IISU) brought excitement and energy to Binghamton University with its annual South Asian cultural showcase, Tamasha. Students and family members packed the Chamber Hall from...


Off-Campus Events

Vestal Museum showcases Broome County's black history in "African Road"

In celebration of the start of Black History Month, the Vestal Museum displayed Broome County’s black history through a showcase of local artists at their exhibition, “African Road,” from 12 p.m. to...


Lifestyles

Tips to stick to your New Year's resolutions

New Year’s serves as an opportunity for many people to turn over a new leaf and motivate themselves for the year ahead. As the new decade begins, many students have reflected on...


Lifestyles

Power through finals with advanced napping tips

Whether it’s in between classes, on the weekend or in the library, we’ve all tried to catch up on some z’s that we missed out on the night before. Napping has always...


Features

Cinema Society of Binghamton explores narrative filmmaking

Whether your “thing” is skateboarding with your friends on the Spine, doing stand-up comedy, leading student activism or eating cheese, there seems to be a niche for every student at Binghamton University....


Features

Ask a professor: What are you reading?

If you have ever taken a college course, you know that professors have a love for learning, especially about the things they teach. Moreover, they usually have a love for reading about...


Theater

'The Wolves' kicks off Mainstage season

This week, Binghamton University’s theatre department whisked audiences away into the world of soccer with its first Mainstage production of the year, a take on Sarah DeLappe’s award-winning play “The Wolves.” The...


Lifestyles

Organize your semester with these bullet journaling tips

Imagine this: It’s the beginning of the school year and you’ve decided to organize your life. In past years, you’ve let class assignments, papers and club meetings fly completely under the radar...


Restaurant Week Fall 2019

Fall 2019 Restaurant Week: Number 5

As my photographer, Le-Anne, and I approached the ivy-covered brick building known by all as Number 5, we whispered to one another in excitement. This was the big boss of all Binghamton...