Pelle Waldron

Assistant News Editor


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Binghamton University to add new parking lot for start of fall 2017 semester

In an effort to alleviate student complaints about limited parking spaces on the Binghamton University campus and prepare for the influx of students in the coming years, a new parking lot will...


Binghamton University alumni, co-founder of ‘Seamless’ speaks about innovation

After graduating from Binghamton University, Andy Appelbaum, ‘88, enrolled at New York University School of Law and went on to work at a law firm called Latham and Watkins. However, just one...


Binghamton University students attend array of events in New York City

Leaving campus on a bus early Tuesday morning, students from multiple disciplines across Binghamton University spent the full day in New York City, meeting with alumni, entrepreneurs and innovators. The day included...


Candidates for Broome County political office come to campus, speak with students

On Thursday evening, local Democrats running for political office came to campus to share their visions for the future of the Binghamton area. The forum, which was held by the Binghamton College...


Graduate student takes refuge at BU after receiving threats in Turkey

On Jan. 12, 2016, a bombing by ISIL killed 13 tourists in Istanbul. Later that day Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, talked briefly about the attack. He then spent the...


BU President Harvey Stenger delivers annual State of the University Address

On Thursday afternoon, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger spoke to the campus community in his annual State of the University address held in the Anderson Center’s Osterhout Concert Theater. Breaking away from...


LGBTQ center to open at Binghamton University in Fall 2016

This upcoming fall semester, Binghamton University will open its first LGBTQ Center, and the staff has already gotten to work planning events and activities for the academic year. On April 1, Kelly...


Pipe Dream survey shows high rate of prescription drug use on campus

Faced with increased workloads towards the end of the semester, some students may be inclined to use study drugs to aid with writing late-night essays and studying for tests. Adderall, Ritalin and...


Student Association removes funding for Binghamton University Food Co-op

In 1975 a group of students, looking for an alternative food option that provided local, organic meals, founded the Food Co-Op at Binghamton University. Today, the Roots Café, located in the basement...


Sen. Ted Cruz campaigns in Binghamton on Friday

Only four days after Bernie Sanders came to town, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz also made Binghamton a stop on his campaign trail. Around 1,500 people packed into the Forum Theatre in...