Rebekah Ehrlich

rehrlic1@binghamton.edu

17 Articles


Campus News

Q & A with local health directors on COVID-19, the flu

Pipe Dream spoke with Richard Moose, medical director of Binghamton University’s Decker Student Health Services Center, and Lisa Loar, director of health and counseling, to discuss what flu season will look like...


Campus News

Jewish students at BU celebrate holidays during COVID-19

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are two Jewish holidays that fall between September and October every year. While classes have not been held on the High Holidays in the past, this semester...


Housing Issue

Funding cut for SA housing advisory project

Last semester, Binghamton University’s Student Association (SA) was supposed to implement a housing advisory project created to promote housing literacy. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, funding for the program was frozen....


News

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity 2020: Laura A. Jacobs

Pipe Dream Zoom-chatted with Laura A. Jacobs, a transgender and genderqueer psychotherapist, activist, public speaker and author who focuses on issues of gender and sexuality. Since 2016, Jacobs has been chair of...


Community

University, Off Campus College Council provide study spaces for students

While the coronavirus pandemic poses issues for students who find it difficult to do work in their homes, Binghamton University and the Off Campus College Council (OC3) have designated several study locations,...


Community

Binghamton Police Department receives $480,000 in grants toward new anti-crime initiative

Amid local and nationwide Black Lives Matter movements, the City of Binghamton acquired $481,285 for the Binghamton Police Department (BPD), according to a news release on July 20 from the Office of...


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

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...


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...


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...