Noah Bressner

Editor-in-Chief

nbressn1@binghamton.edu

104 Articles


Columns

Senior Column: Finding the words to say thanks

It’s always been hard for me to leave the Pipe Dream office. I’ve skipped so many classes and I often stayed here so much longer than I needed to. There were times...


Campus News

BU student Michael Roque charged with second-degree murder in fatal Mountainview stabbing

This article was updated at 1:24 p.m. on April 19. Binghamton University sophomore Michael Roque, 20, is charged with second-degree murder for the stabbing of fellow BU student Joao Souza. At a...


Men's Basketball

Bearcats' playoff hopes slip away in new format

In each of its past five seasons, the Binghamton men’s basketball team has been eliminated in the first round of the America East (AE) Tournament. This year, the Bearcats (11-19, 2-13 AE)...


Prism

Help Pipe Dream track hate crimes and bias incidents at Binghamton University

In the past few years, the Binghamton University community has experienced a good deal of race-related issues. In 2017 alone, reported instances included racist drawings appearing in multiple residence halls and a...


Columns

Note from the Editor: Renewing our mission

In November 1946, a newspaper called The Colonial News was first printed on the campus of Triple Cities College in Endicott, New York. It was started as a newspaper dedicated to telling...


Columns

Properly punishing Team Russia for taking part in doping

On Dec. 5, the International Olympic Committee announced it would ban Russia from competing in next year’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The decision was a result of the committee’s commission...


Men's Basketball

Men's basketball downs Hartwick

Junior forward Thomas Bruce was too strong to be kept from the rebound and too big to be kept from the basket. Time and time again, Bruce collected a rebound and slammed...


Graphics

Historical America East Elo Ratings


Basketball Issue 2017-18

Elo in the America East: Advanced stats put BU near bottom of conference

Before the Binghamton men’s basketball team played in its first America East (AE) Championship on March 14, 2009, it seemed as though everything was looking up. Until then, the Bearcats had largely...


Features

Auxiliary Services puts students first

If you buy anything on the Binghamton University campus — from a textbook to a bottle of Sprite — it has likely been subject to a discussion in the Auxiliary Services office....