Community

Local political figures share thoughts after Trump assassination attempt

Just one day before former President Donald Trump was set to travel to the Republican National Convention — where he is expected to claim the Republican nomination for president — shots rang...


Community

Leor Kweller, former defendant in Colonial case, files Notice of Claim alleging civil rights violations

Last summer, a Broome County judge dismissed all criminal charges against Leor Kweller, whose 2022 arrest in connection with an alleged sexual assault shook the Binghamton community. Now, Kweller and his legal...


News

Binghamton alumna Emily Mackay qualifies for Paris Olympics

Former Bearcat Emily Mackay ‘22 will represent the United States at the 2024 Olympics in Paris, France after finishing second in the 1500m finals at the Team USA Olympic Track and Field...


News

Mickey and Bess Greenberg to be inducted into Jewish Sports Heritage Association

The Jewish Sports Heritage Association, a not-for-profit organization that educates the public about the roles of Jewish individuals in athletics, has announced its 2025 induction class, which will include two Binghamton University...


Community

City Council approves funds for increased camera surveillance

Over vocal opposition from residents, the City Council on Wednesday passed a resolution accepting increased funding for camera surveillance across Binghamton. The resolution was first presented to the council by Deputy Mayor...


News

New York's down-ballot primaries yield few surprises

With a few exceptions, New York’s Tuesday down-ballot primary election formalized general election matchups largely established for months. An overwhelming majority of candidates ran unopposed, including in the Southern Tier, where Democrat...


Listicle

Pipe Dream's Stories of the Year

This past academic year produced an eventful news cycle and a wide range of coverage both on and off campus, ranging from the Vestal Christmas tree to student activism. As a new...


Listicle

Important people at BU

When taking a walk down the Spine to get to class or across the Peace Quad on the way to get lunch, you will undoubtedly run into some important faces. Here are...


Listicle

Campus resources to get familiar with

When adapting to new environments, it is crucial to be aware of the resources provided to ease the transition. You will find several of these at Binghamton University, enabling you to adjust...


Listicle

Hungry? A spotlight on campus dining halls.

A well-balanced diet is key to fueling a college lifestyle. Binghamton University offers four dining halls that provide a variety of food options and themed meals. All students living in a residential...


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Major dates to know this semester

Take out a red marker and circle these key dates on your calendar to prepare yourself for the most successful and fulfilling semester yet. New Student Move-in and Welcome Program (Aug. 16...


Listicle

A scavenger hunt of key places at BU

Spanning 930 acres, Binghamton University’s main campus has a lot to offer. Try out this scavenger hunt to locate important places on campus in preparation for your first day of classes. University...


Community

Binghamton community responds to Trump conviction

As Americans face the historic reality of a former president’s felony conviction, Pipe Dream reached out to campus and community political leaders for their thoughts on the landmark legal proceedings. The verdict...


News

Trump convicted

This article was updated on 5/30 at 8:37 p.m. A Manhattan jury convicted Donald Trump on all 34 charges of falsifying business records on Thursday afternoon, a historic end to the first-ever...


Community

Attorney General report determines excessive force was used in Hamail Waddell arrest; community responds

Community activists gathered at Binghamton City Hall on Wednesday evening in response to a recently released report from the New York Attorney General’s office, which found excessive force was used in the...


Campus News

COMMENCEMENT 2024

In 2020, students across the country graduated from high school during the COVID-19 pandemic in virtual or socially distanced celebrations. Four years later, Binghamton University’s class of 2024 was celebrated in nine...


Campus News

Swastika found by University Union bus stop

A swastika drawn in the dirt by the Binghamton University Union bus stop was discovered on Wednesday evening. A subsequent Thursday afternoon B-Line message to students said that while University police are...


Campus News

Plan B vending machine unveiled

Campus leaders unveiled a Plan B vending machine, which will sell $10 emergency contraception, in the basement of Glenn G. Bartle Library on Monday afternoon. According to Luca Cassidy, the Student Association’s...


Campus News

BUZO organizes Display of Remembrance on Peace Quad

On Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Memorial Day, Binghamton University’s Zionist Organization (BUZO) created a Display of Remembrance on the Peace Quad. The organization planted 1,200 flags to represent the Israelis killed during the...


Liberated Zone

A look into the Peace Quad encampment's final day

The Peace Quad encampment officially disassembled on Friday, its third day, shortly before a 5 p.m. deadline imposed by Binghamton University administration. The eventful third day saw a letter of support from...


Campus News

Anti-BDS coalition organizes Israel Unity Rally

Students gathered on the Newing College field on Thursday afternoon for an Israel Unity Rally organized by the Say No! to BDS coalition, a group of student-led organizations advocating against the Boycott,...