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'Everything is now my responsibility': BU junior loses father to the coronavirus

On March 11, Ryan Loche heard that classes at Binghamton University and other SUNY schools across the state would move online.

Around March 18, his father, Chris Loche, started showing cold and flu-like symptoms.

First, he moved to a hospital. Then, the intensive care unit (ICU).

And last week, Chris, 49, of Amityville, unexpectedly died of COVID-19, leaving Ryan, 20, a junior double-majoring in economics and political science, and Ryan's sister Kaitlyn, 16, behind.

Chris passed away the day before his 50th birthday. He was a single father, and since his passing, Ryan has taken on full responsibility for the family, including their mortgage, bills and taking care of his younger sister.

Editorial: Dropping the ball

The Editorial Board Writes,

Sam Sessoms, arguably the best player on Binghamton University's men's basketball team, recently announced his decision to transfer to Penn State.

Having led the America East in points per game this past season, Sessoms first announced his impending departure on March 11, and shared news of his return to Pennsylvania, his home state, just two weeks later. In many ways, the saving grace of this year's men's basketball program transferring to a Big Ten school spells even greater trouble for future seasons, ones that may not find players as good as Sessoms coming to BU. Despite Sessoms' skill, the BU men's basketball team finished in last place in the AE this season, winning just four conference games and missing the conference tournament.

The blame for the team's poor performance does not fall on Sessoms' shoulders, however, nor should he be faulted for leaving. Rather, BU men's basketball head coach Tommy Dempsey should be at fault. Dempsey needs to be held accountable for not bringing his team to heights greater than the very bottom of the conference on multiple accounts. In Dempsey's eight years as head coach at BU, he has garnered just a .273 win percentage. The team has not had a winning record once under his leadership, and it has never finished higher than sixth in the AE under him.

Poetry Month

Pipe Dream spoke with a variety of poets in the Binghamton area about their work and what inspires them to keep writing. Check out the articles below to hear their stories.

A veteran of New York state's legendary folk scenes, published poet J. Barrett Wolf has made Binghamton his home base as he continues to embrace his switch from music to poetry.

Wolf has become one of the most prominent figures in Binghamton poetry, hosting monthly open mics for the past 14 years. Originally from Freeport, New York, Wolf has lived in Connecticut, Massachusetts, California and Ireland, spending nearly 40 years as a singer-songwriter. Wolf began his career in his early high school days.

Janiece Miller, 27, of Binghamton, lives a life based on inspiration. Between her day job and her poetry's mission to help others find a light, she acts as a living reminder for those in Binghamton to keep pushing forward.

Miller works with those fighting addiction at the Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier (MHAST), and she said she is inspired by the strength and stories of those in the organization.

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Sam Sessoms commits to Penn State after transferring from Binghamton

While announcing his decision to leave the Binghamton men's basketball program on March 11, standout sophomore guard Sam Sessoms said he intended to transfer to a power conference team. A few weeks later, he did just that, announcing on his social media accounts Monday evening that he will be transferring to Penn State.

After two illustrious seasons as a Bearcat, Sessoms, a West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native, proclaimed in a video posted to his social media accounts that he defied his doubters by verbally committing to a Big Ten basketball program in his home state.

"I've been overlooked, counted out, doubted before I had my chance," Sessoms said. "I had to learn how to face adversity, overcome poverty, fight for my own, be a dog. That all started here, [in] West Philadelphia. They said I couldn't compete against the best - did that. They said I couldn't score 1,000 points - did that twice. I bet they didn't think I could do this, but I did that too. And next year, I'll be attending Penn State University."

Just two weeks ago, Sessoms was ranked the eighth best sit-out transfer available in the country by ESPN, one of just two players formerly of mid-major teams ranked in the top 10. He led the America East (AE) in scoring last season, averaging 19.4 points per game, and won AE Rookie of the Year as a freshman. Sessoms was named second team all-conference as a sophomore. He also has recorded the three highest-scoring single-game performances in BU's Division I era, including a 38-point showing in the team's season-ending loss to New Hampshire, the second-highest of his career in what was his final game as a Bearcat.

Pipe Dream's coronavirus coverage

As the Binghamton University community continues to be impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Pipe Dream's staff is committed to covering new developments surrounding COVID-19. Our editors will continue to update this page regularly with our most recent reporting surrounding the pandemic and its effect on BU.
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