Community

Binghamton community responds to Buffalo shooting

On May 14, a mass shooting took place in Buffalo, NY at a local Tops Friendly Market, allegedly targeting Buffalo’s Black community. Ten people were killed and three were wounded in the...


Community

Students organize for abortion rights

In the wake of a Supreme Court leak on Roe v. Wade, Binghamton University activists have taken action. Last week saw a set of events regarding abortion rights hosted by the Multicultural...


Politics

Rep. Antonio Delgado appointed Lt. Governor

U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado (D-NY) is slated to fill New York state’s second-highest office. On May 3, New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that Delgado would be her replacement lieutenant governor,...


Campus News

SOM narrows down search for a new dean

The Binghamton University School of Management (SOM) is in search of a new dean. In March, Upinder Dhillon announced he would be stepping down from his position as dean after being diagnosed...


Campus News

BU professor hosts class discussion with prisoner involved in academic research

This spring, students in HIST 380D: Women in the Modern U.S., had the opportunity to speak to an unlikely visitor. Leigh Ann Wheeler, a professor of history at Binghamton University, has spent...


Campus News

BU's mental health resources see mixed responses from students

Students have had varying experiences with Binghamton University’s counseling services. At BU, the student to counselor ratio based on the fall 2021 student population is 1,128-to-1, with 16 counselors at the University...


Orientation Issue 2022

Shelley Dionne named dean of SOM

The Binghamton University School of Management (SOM) has found its next dean. After a nationwide search that began last fall, BU has chosen Shelley Dionne, Ph.D. ‘98, to become the next dean...


Campus News

I-GMAP appoints new co-director

The Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) has appointed a new co-director. Kerry Whigham, assistant professor of genocide and mass atrocity prevention, will become the next co-director of I-GMAP. The...


Orientation Issue 2022

Places to know at BU

Decker Student Health Services Center The Decker Student Health Services Center provides on-campus health care services for Binghamton University students. These services include sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening, COVID-19 testing, free HIV...


Orientation Issue 2022

Resources to know at BU

Academic Resources — Asking for help never hurts. Aside from reaching out to professors and attending office hours, students have access to multiple on-campus resources to help them succeed. Speaking Center The Speaking...


Orientation Issue 2022

Pipe Dream's stories of the year

Binghamton University has closed the chapter on its first fully in-person year since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, we compile some of Pipe Dream’s biggest stories from the 2021-22 academic...


Orientation Issue 2022

Dates to know at BU

New Student Move-in and Welcome Program (Aug. 18 to Aug. 20) Incoming freshmen move in a few days before classes start, giving time to adjust and get comfortable with the Binghamton University...


Orientation Issue 2022

People to know at BU

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger Harvey Stenger has served as president of BU since January 2012. Prior to this he held the positions of dean and professor at Leigh University and, later,...


Campus News

Construction projects continue around campus

As the spring semester comes to an end, construction at Binghamton University is continuing. Some buildings currently undergoing construction and renovations include the third floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library, the...


Community

BU hosts planting of Three Sisters garden

On Wednesday, Binghamton University hosted a ceremonial planting of the Three Sisters in the Science I courtyard. Several individuals spoke prior to the planting ceremony in a speaker series held in the...


Community

Following arrests of owners, two Downtown restaurants vote to close permanently

The owners of Dos Rios Cantina and The Colonial have voted to close their businesses. The decision comes after a months-long police investigation into allegations of sexual assault and druggings, that has...


Politics

New York state redistricting maps to be redrawn

The New York state redistricting process may have an impact on students this fall. Last week, a NYS Court of Appeals judge ruled that the state’s new congressional and senate district maps...


Campus News

Students for Justice in Palestine awarded provisional charter

Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) was recently granted a provisional charter by the Binghamton University Student Association (SA). SJP is an activist organization on campus that shares Palestinian culture and history...






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Orientation Issue 2022

Shelley Dionne named dean of SOM


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Orientation Issue 2022

Dates to know at BU