Rebekah Ehrlich

rehrlic1@binghamton.edu

11 Articles


Campus News

LACAS professor dies at age 76

María Lugones, 76, professor of comparative literature and Latin American and Caribbean Area studies (LACAS), died in a hospital on July 14, according to a Binghamton University Dateline announcement. The Argentinean professor...


Orientation Issue 2020

Who's who?: People to know at BU

President Harvey Stenger — Before becoming Binghamton University’s seventh president in 2012, Stenger earned his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Stenger is responsible...


Orientation Issue 2020

Global studies minor requirements loosen

In response to the cancellation of study abroad this upcoming semester, the global studies minor (GSM) has changed its requirements to allow students to declare the minor without going abroad. Due to...


Campus News

Glenn G. Bartle Library to undergo renovations starting in 2021

Part of the Glenn G. Bartle Library will undergo renovations starting in July 2021 to remove asbestos and perform extensive mechanical updates. Faculty leading the library’s third-floor renovation designs are considering student...


On-Campus Events

'Art is Power Exhibit' honors Transgender Day of Remembrance

Following Transgender Awareness Week, Binghamton University participated in Transgender Day of Remembrance by putting on the “Art is Power Exhibit” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20. There were...


On-Campus Events

Women's Student Union's 'She's Aloud!' returns to benefit nonprofit

An annual talent show showcasing the talents of women and feminist allies will return to Binghamton University this week as the Women’s Student Union (WSU) presents “She’s Aloud!” on Thursday. Alena Rodriguez,...


Campus News

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity Salon highlights historical examples of class, racial injustice

Two Binghamton University professors spoke at BU’s second-ever TEDxBinghamtonUniversity Salon about historical class and racial injustices in their respective fields. The TEDxBinghamtonUniversity Salon event, “Historically Speaking,” took place Tuesday night in the...


Campus News

Health Promotion and Prevention Services prepares to fight campus tobacco use during November

November is designated as Tobacco Awareness Month and will kick off BU’s Health Promotion and Prevention Services’ (HPPS) new tobacco-free campaign. HPPS created the campaign to help raise awareness about Binghamton University’s...


On-Campus Events

Film screening honors Carolee Schneemann's life and works

Artist Carolee Schneemann died in March, but her work lived on last week through a showing of two of her films, “Fuses” and “Kitch’s Last Meal.” The event, part of the BU...


Campus News

Campus prepares for annual Family Weekend

Family Weekend has returned to Binghamton University, and is expected to bring thousands of people to campus on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Although Family Weekend is only a few days away, BU’s...