Tania Rahman

Contributing Writer


30 Articles


22nd annual Purim Carnival draws thousands to Events Center

Costume-clad students flocked to the Events Center on Thursday for Binghamton University’s 22nd annual Purim Carnival, which celebrates the Jewish holiday of the same name that will take place on Sunday. ...


CDC hosts a workshop to get job seekers "LinkedIn"

The Center for Career Development held a workshop Tuesday to teach students the essentials to building a successful profile on LinkedIn. ...


Teach for America recruits on campus

Students walking through Tillman Lobby could grab a free cup of hot chocolate and catch a film Thursday as part of Teach for America Day, while they learned about the national non-profit ...


Delta Sigma Pi explores the "do's" and "don'ts" of business fashion

Models showed off professional attire on Tuesday evening at Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity’s 7th Annual Dress for Success fashion show. ...


Yule Ball enchants "Potter" book lovers

Wizards, witches and muggles alike had a magical time enjoying holiday festivities at the Yule Ball in the University Union on Thursday night. ...

Arts & Culture

Director of Creative Writing department reads from her new book

Of all the words that can be used to describe Maria Mazziotti Gillan, an accomplished poet, English professor and director of the creative writing program here at Binghamton University, intimidating is not ...


Contestants take the stage for "Miss Asia 2012"

The Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) transformed the Mandela Room into a Saigon Café, a type of Vietnamese coffee shop, Saturday night to host Binghamton University’s first-ever Asian-oriented pageant. ...


"Shut Down" flash rave pumps up downtown Binghamton

Students and Binghamton locals raved together Friday night at the Shut Down Binghamton Flash Rave, an event hosted by ChangeOver Binghamton. ...


Academics honor anniversary of assassinated

Last weekend, Binghamton University’s sociology department hosted a two-day conference celebrating the 40th anniversary of Walter Rodney’s book, “How Europe Underdeveloped Africa.” ...


PAL hosts hip-hop workshop

International dancer Vivake Khamsingsavath, a 2009 Binghamton University alumnus, led a hip-hop dance workshop hosted by the Philippine American League (PAL). ...