Susan Lamb

Assistant News Editor (Alumna)

2012 English

63 Articles


Women’s Day honored on campus

The Binghamton University Globalistias (BUGs) co-sponsored two events for International Women’s Day to honor and inspire women on campus. ...


SUNY VINES recognized nationally for local green projects

Binghamton University was selected as a finalist for the Newman’s Own Foundation Campus Community Service Challenge’s grant competition. ...


Two faiths unite for Shabbat dinner

Hillel at Binghamton and the Muslim Student Association (MSA) held a special interfaith shabbat dinner, “A Shabbat of Dialogue,” which was attended by about 200 people. ...


Documentary promotes self-appreciation

The Eating Awareness Committee (EAC) sponsored a screening of the documentary, “Miss Representation,” at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Anderson Center Chamber Hall. ...


Author series to bring Jonathan Franzen to BU

The spring 2012 Readers’ Series will feature the acclaimed authors Jonathan Franzen — a National Book Award recipient who has graced the cover of TIME magazine — and C.K. Williams, a Pulitzer ...


BU students approve of Obama’s plan to make birth control affordable

The Obama administration’s new national policy has made contraception free for insured women. ...


Flood repair costs exceed FEMA aid

Six months after floods brought on by Tropical Storm Lee ravaged the Southern Tier — with $1 billion in damage in Broome and Tioga Counties — government officials, local organizations and Binghamton...


University plan to cull deer shot down by State Supreme Court

The New York State Supreme Court ruled in December that Binghamton University’s deer culling plan did not comply with state legislation. The ruling eliminated earlier plans to cull deer over winter break....


University confirms plan to cull campus deer

A large percentage of the Nature Preserve's deer population will be selectively killed over winter break, from Dec. 20 to Jan. 20. ...


BU students find 'study drugs' easily

As the end of the semester nears, some students turn to prescription drugs — like Concerta, Vyvanse and, more commonly, Adderall — to increase their focus level and work longer hours. ...