Away from their vessels, rowers volunteer time to do local chores

By Chloe Rehfield -

Waking at the crack of dawn, members of the Binghamton University crew team commit their bodies and schedules to the sport. That, and doing household chores for students and local residents. Binghamton crew is lending their services to students and...

Phi Mu prepares to settle at BU

By Michelle Kraidman -

Although many students may just pass it by this semester, Binghamton University will be hanging one more flag in the lobby of Glenn G. Bartle Library with the letters of Phi Mu, the newest social sorority to join campus Greek...

BU students team up with Peruvian officials for marketing campaign

By Carla Sinclair -

Representatives of Peru’s government were not just passing through Downtown Binghamton Friday night; they were there to personally meet Binghamton University students. In an intimate dining room separate from the main dining area in Downtown’s Little Venice, seven students representing...

Binghamton University to add Center for Israel Studies

By Habin Kwak -

For students looking to learn more about the country, Binghamton University has announced the opening of the Center for Israel Studies for the fall 2015 semester. The Center for Israel Studies, which will be housed in the Library Tower and...

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity announces choice for student speaker

By Nicolas Vega -

Fischer’s talk, titled “Porn: The New Tobacco,” will focus on NoFap, a Reddit-inspired community where members abstain from watching pornography or masturbating for periods of time ranging from days to years.

Town Hall Meeting between students, administrators ends in tension

By Joseph Hawthorne and Carla Sinclair -

Since the end of protests about racial and ethnic discrimination last semester, many students have been waiting for an opportunity to personally address the administration staff, and Wednesday’s Town Hall Forum was supposed to provide that chance. But from the...

Facing long-term illness, a trial of challenges before recovery

By Haley Silverstein -

Between studying for exams and going Downtown, few students might think about what they would do in the event of a serious illness. Arielle Biro, a junior majoring in chemistry, never thought she would have to take a medical leave...