Pelle Waldron

Assistant News Editor

pwaldro1@binghamton.edu

85 Articles


Columns

More than a diploma

Whenever I’m asked what I’m doing after I graduate, which is a lot recently, I usually feel a brief moment of anxiety. My answer is concise, practiced; I say that I don’t...


Campus News

University's cap and gown provider charged extra on over 2,300 orders

Over 2,300 Binghamton University students preordered caps and gowns for commencement this year from Herff Jones, a national company that specializes in manufacturing and selling graduation memorabilia. Due to an error in...


Campus News

Student-created app provides centralized platform for campus event info

Every morning, Binghamton University students wake up to a B-Line email listing various events being held on campus. But an app created by a BU student has taken that information, which is...


Speakers

Van Jones discusses current political climate, issues facing America

What can one person do? For Van Jones, a civil rights leader, former White House adviser under Barack Obama and current CNN political commentator, the answer is a lot. On Sunday afternoon...


Speakers

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity: Gunnar Garfors

Pipe Dream sat down with Gunnar Garfors, a Norwegian media professional and one of the only people to have visited all 198 countries across the globe. His TEDxBinghamtonUniversity talk, “World’s Least-Visited Countries...


Campus News

Governor Cuomo visits BU to promote 2017 executive budget

Governor Andrew Cuomo paid a visit to Binghamton University on Tuesday, unveiling his 2017 executive budget proposal and announcing a plan to make SUNY schools’ tuition free for middle-class families. Over 100...


Community

Binghamton taxi drivers go on strike following change in OCCT pickup location

Almost every cab company in the Binghamton area went on strike Saturday night, leaving many students without a ride back to campus. Off Campus College Transport runs a late-night bus line on...


News

Hundreds express dissatisfaction at student congress

In the run-up to the election of a new Student Association (SA) Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA), a screenshot of a GroupMe message suggesting “tar and feathering” be used as a...


News

BU graduate students research new methods for predicting flight delays

A study led by a Binghamton University Ph.D. candidate is looking at a new, more efficient way to predict flight delays, potentially providing airlines with the ability to better inform their passengers....


News

Student Congress 11/17: Interim vice president for academic affairs elected

Student Congress met for a special session on Thursday evening to elect an interim Student Association (SA) vice president for academic affairs (VPAA) after Adam Wilkes, a junior double-majoring in economics and...