Phariha Rahman

prahman4@binghamton.edu

12 Articles


Campus News

BU chapter of March for Our Lives remembers one-year anniversary of Parkland shooting

In remembrance of the one-year anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, Binghamton University students held a vigil on the Peace Quad on Thursday evening. Organized by...


Campus News

If New York legalizes marijuana, how will BU's policies change?

In December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed what many may have already suspected — New York state is moving toward legalizing recreational marijuana, a policy shift that could impact Binghamton University’s rules and...


Campus News

Potholes appear in University roads

Potholes can become a recurrent part of driving on Binghamton University’s roads, and this winter is no exception. As students returned to campus after winter break, some began noticing rougher pavement. According...


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Religious groups discuss mental health stigmas at 'Mental Health Matters'

Ending the stigma against mental health was just one of the many topics discussed at the interfaith banquet hosted by the Muslim Student Association (MSA) in Old Union Hall on Sunday night....


Campus News

University adds data science transdisiplinary area of excellence

According to Xingye Qiao, associate professor of math at Binghamton University, it is important to have institutions dedicated to studying data in a world increasingly driven by it. Qiao will chair BU’s...


Science & Research

Annual TIER Talks addresses the effects of climate change, how to reduce global warming

Three climate change experts and Binghamton University alumni gathered on Saturday to give a talk on localizing environmental impact and educating on the effects of global warming. The Binghamton Alumni Association hosted...


Campus News

Students come together for bipartisan bonfire

As election season heats up, political student organizations are holding events in an effort to promote civic engagement on campus. While some aim to ramp up support for specific candidates, others are...


Science & Research

Library exhibition highlights benefits, uses of infographics in research

The hometowns of Binghamton University students, the population of Broome County and the frequency of calls to Harpur’s Ferry all have something in common — they’re all data, and they can all...


Campus News

'The Hyphen' highlights experiences from children of immigrants

Bringing the topic of immigration to Hinman College, resident assistants hosted an event on Thursday night titled “The Hyphen” in an effort to discuss the different identities children of immigrants face. Several...


Campus News

Students celebrate seventh annual Holi festival

In honor of Holi, also known as the festival of colors, participants threw over 300 pounds of paint and 5,000 water balloons in Old Dickinson Community on Sunday. The seventh annual celebration,...