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WHRW to have first female general manager since ‘05

Next year marks the first time since the 2004-05 school year that there will be a female general manager of WHRW. Taylor Mileski, a junior double-majoring in graphic design and sociology, was...


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WHRW station member, minister Kit White dies at age 68

Minister Kit White, a station member at WHRW 90.5 FM since 1970, died at the age of 68 due to unknown circumstances. She was the host of WHRW’s show “Gospel Time,” which...


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One Special World to host second annual Multicultural Fashion Show

One Special World is making use of fashion and open casting to highlight diversity. On Sunday, May 6, the club is hosting its second annual Multicultural Fashion Show. The show will feature...


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Flower arrangements get a makeover at Kokedama Flora

At Kokedama Flora, shop owner and Binghamton resident Jasmine McAvoy offers on-trend, eco-friendly options in floral design. McAvoy’s business started with weekly trips to a local farmers market, where she sold plants...


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Local film buffs gain following with podcast

Podcasts have been around since iPods had click wheels, but the platform has exploded into a renaissance over the past few years. From politics to art, it seems like there’s a podcast...


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Find your zen off campus

Between catching up after break and preparing for finals, these last few weeks of the semester can get stressful. Although there are a lot of de-stress events held on campus, they may...


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Libraries beyond studying

Binghamton University’s libraries: an expanse of literature and artifacts available for the education of BU students. To only use Glenn G. Bartle Library as a resource to take out the occasional book,...


Food

Calzone restaurant serves up — and touches down

For some, opening a restaurant may seem like a risk, like a Hail Mary pass on the fourth down of a football game. For Donovan Cammack, a resident of the city of...


Music

Band is anything but basic

With its unconventional electronic sounds, abstract lyrics and upbeat rhythms that make an impression on listeners, the Binghamton-born experimental synth-pop project Basic Printer is returning to its hometown, playing at Spotlight on...


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For rehearsing student groups, hallways will have to do

The Binghamton University campus is pretty quiet at 6 a.m., but on some Thursday mornings, sharp choreography and pop music fill a mirrored room in the Fine Arts Building as the Binghamton...