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Binghamton University takes custody of the 'Castle'

By Carla Sinclair -

It was completed in 1864 by New York State Capitol Building architect Isaac Perry, and it is the only designated National Historic Landmark in Broome County

Binghamton University student named as SUNY SA president

By Pelle Waldron and Gabriella Weick -

Student associations from SUNY schools across the state met for the biannual SUNY Student Assembly (SUNY SA) conference this past weekend. It was highlighted by the election of a new SUNY Student Assembly executive board and a vote to support...

Summer course zooms in on the inner workings of the United Nations

By Habin Kwak -

A course offered this summer will get students out of the Lecture Hall and into real-world discussions about the state of human rights across the world. Human Rights Advocacy: United Nations (U.N.) will provide undergraduate students with learning experience through...

Debaters take a close look at affirmative action in college admissions

By Zach Wingate -

With recent protests and dialogue about race on campus, students of the class Rhetoric 354: Argumentative Theory decided to host a debate focusing on the merits and pitfalls of affirmative action. Entitled, “Should Race Matter?” the debate took place on...

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, campus commemorates those lost

By Stacey Schimmel -

Local Rabbis, faculty and Hillel members gathered Wednesday night for Binghamton University’s second annual ceremony in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom HaShoah. Over 150 people filled the Mandela Room in the Old University Union to hear BU’s Jewish...

Calculus courses remodelled into two seven-week mini classes

By Alexandra Mackof -

For students looking to take Calculus I in the fall semester, a revamped process has been introduced to help those who struggle with the subject. Calculus I, previously Math 221, will be split into Math 224 and Math 225 and...

Doctoral student describes awakening of political left in Greenwich Village

By Zuzu Boomer-Knapp -

Although it’s known for high rents and fashionable stores today, Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood was a home for radical leftists and ambitious religious changes a century ago, according to Binghamton University doctoral candidate Rachel Stevens. Stevens spoke Monday in Lecture...

Student Congress 4/13/15: Next VPMA Announced

By Chloe Rehfield -

Ruslan Klafehn was declared the new Student Association Vice President for Multicultural Affairs (SA VPMA) at the Student Congress meeting Monday night. The unofficial results of the VPMA re-vote held March 31 showed that Epiphany Munoz, the unopposed candidate for...

Despite limited access, campus looks to health center

By Gabriella Weick -

From flu symptoms to allergies to more serious diseases, students turn to the Decker Student Health Services Center for immediate attention. Decker is certified by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, an organization that annually evaluates health centers’ treatment...

Students look to alternative options after graduation

By Zach Wingate -

College students spend four years training for the real world. For some, this means continuing their education at graduate school or getting an internship with the hopes of climbing the corporate ladder, but for others it may mean finding more...