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Poetry Month: Jasmine Jordon connects with others through her identity

Jasmine Jordon aims to write poetry that not only represents herself, but also many black women in America, giving a voice to a group that isn’t always heard. “I feel as though...


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Poetry Month: Anna Warfield reconciles softness and strength

For artist Anna Warfield, plush isn’t just reserved for teddy bears — it’s a medium capable of expressing the intricacies of sexuality and gender relations. Warfield, 25, of Binghamton, is an artist...


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Pipe Dream's list of best rom-coms to stream during self-quarantine

Hard times often draw us back to what is comfortable and classic, and for many, a romantic comedy movie is a perfect example of that. If you need something to pass the...


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A look at the Southern Tier's "Little Italy"

Just a 10-minute drive from Binghamton University lies Endicott, a village rich in history and an area with a great Italian presence. Establishments like Consol’s Family Kitchen, Antonio’s Bar & Trattoria, Oaks...


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A beginner's guide to craft beer

Although quarantine may prevent beer lovers from enjoying a drink at their favorite bar, it doesn’t mean they can’t explore other options. Many niche craft beers are available to go at some...


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Board games provide social alternative for college students

Board games may not immediately come to your mind when thinking of activities for passing the time on weekends or unwinding after class. For most, they are a relic of the past,...


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A look at new TikTok musicians on the rise

By now, we are all very aware that TikTok is shaping the music industry. If a song goes viral on TikTok, chances are its streams on other platforms will skyrocket shortly after....


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A guide to Binghamton's best bagel shops

If you ask any student from the New York City area, chances are they pride themselves on their neighborhood’s bagels. Bagels, which historically came from Jewish communities in Poland and were originally...


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Artist spotlight: Five artists share their thoughts before the 2020 Drawing Marathon

As the fifth-annual 24-hour Drawing Marathon approaches, roughly a dozen artists are preparing to sketch a live figure on a life-size canvas at the Binghamton University Art Museum. Given few breaks, they...


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For theatre organ preservationists, history is key

For a group of local volunteers, a relic of the past has proven to be a unique aspect of Broome County’s cultural present. Founded in 2004, the Binghamton Theatre Organ Society (BTOS)...