Tania Rahman

Contributing Writer


30 Articles

Campus News

From fasting to calligraphy, Islamic Awareness Week aims to educate BU campus

In an effort to combat negative stereotypes, the Muslim Students Association (MSA) hosted a weeklong series of events to bring a taste of Islamic history and culture to campus. For every day...

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Through mock wedding, campus gets colorful look at Pakistani culture

The classic Pakistani wedding celebrated the unity of “wife” Stephanie Meena, a senior majoring in integrative neuroscience, and “husband” Kieran Bretz, a senior majoring in industrial and systems engineering ...


City of Binghamton to spend $1.4M on parking garage renovations

The city of Binghamton is looking to spend $1.4 million to revamp Downtown Binghamton parking garages in the upcoming year. In his State of the City address in February, Binghamton Mayor Richard...


'Interfaith Shabbat' serves up diversity with dinner

In the wake of religious turmoil gripping the world, Muslim and Jewish students at Binghamton University chose to set aside differences and set their plates for dinner instead. The Muslim Student Association...

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Binghamton University to host National Debate Tournament

For the first time in over two decades, the National Debate Tournament (NDT) will be held in the Northeast, and Binghamton University has been announced as its 2016 competition host. The NDT,...


SOM's Scholars work with community to revitalize Rec Park

O’Brien said nearly $1 million was raised over 20 months, with hundreds of renovations performed in the park thus far, though the construction is still incomplete. ...

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Seniors celebrate 100 days to graduation

Old Union Hall was filled with students ready to kick off their final semester at Binghamton University as the class of 2015 celebrated the official 100-day countdown to graduation. Over 300 seniors...


Binghamton Mayor Rich David comes to campus, discusses his ascent to city hall

Addressing a group of Binghamton University students, Binghamton Mayor Rich David relayed stories of his path to success by way of networking on Monday. ...

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Clothesline Project displays t-shirts to raise awareness for sexual violence

Brightly colored T-shirts bearing messages condemning violence against women were hung on a clothesline running along the Spine during the Clothesline Project display. ...


Professor discusses Beyoncé as a political, feminist figure

Queen Bey may rule the world of popular music, but one professor from Rutgers University considers Beyoncé a political force to be reckoned with. ...