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Student Spotlight: Three Undergraduate Students Share Their Art Experiences

Pipe Dream interviewed three Binghamton University students participating in the fourth annual 24-hour Drawing Marathon. The participants must sketch a live figure on a life-size canvas during the duration of 24 hours...


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Nonprofit transforms bedrooms into healing spaces

Since 2005, Binghamton-based nonprofit A Room to Heal has married the art of home decor with a uniquely compassionate goal. Founded by Vestal community member Laurie Abess and Binghamton University’s parent, family...


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Beatboxer's success stems from Binghamton

A graduate student’s passion for beatboxing has catapulted him both on a local and national platform. Darren Yu, a first-year graduate student studying business administration, won the title of the 2018 Vice...


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Take a stroll down Binghamton's memory lane

The shops at Antique Row have long been a fixture of the Binghamton area, drawing in generations of visitors and community members. For students north of Main Street, the shops are just...


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Loomx illuminates Downtown Binghamton

In recent years, Jesse Pelzar’s LED lighting projects have illuminated Downtown Binghamton, with redecorated facades including The Colonial and other local organizations and businesses. After having designed multiple apps as well, Pelzar,...


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Graduate student creates sustainable knitwear

A graduate student’s passion for yarn has inspired a business dedicated to saving the earth with style. Eliana Epstein, a first-year graduate student studying sustainable communities, has recently started an Etsy business...


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Robot City brings retro arcade scene to Binghamton

A token machine stands outside a dark arcade room hosting rows and rows of machines. Customers exchange their quarters for tokens and step into a room filled with classic arcade and pinball...


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Binghamton's English department brings zombies to life

In recent years, zombies have seen a revival as the subject of young adult romances and award-winning television shows. In an English class taught last semester by assistant professor Mary Grace Albanese,...


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Senior James Cioffi colors Downtown through mural business

Most part-time jobs that college students find to make some extra petty cash to go out on the weekends involve a cash register — maybe some desk work, filing papers or folding...


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Shining a spotlight on students' summer internships

Taylor Mileski Senior double-majoring in graphic design and sociology, intern at Nickelodeon in the social media department. Pipe Dream: What compelled you to apply and work at Nickelodeon? Taylor Mileski: I applied...