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Tamasha shines bright lights on Indian culture

By Stacey Schimmel -

The Watters Theatre stage was filled with bright lights, hip-hop routines, sparkling outfits, a cappella performances and classical dances on Saturday night as part of...

POLICE WATCH: February 9, 2015

By Derek Schuster -

Stacks Stolen THURSDAY, Feb. 4, 9:15 p.m. — A woman called the University Police Department to Glenn G. Bartle Library to report her wallet missing, said Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. The victim, a 22-year-old...

Local history gets preserved with digitalization of old photos, documents

By Brendan Zarkower -

A group of Binghamton University administrators, professors and students are digging through Binghamton’s past in order to uncover the history of the Southern Tier. The Past 2 Future project is seeking letters, diaries, videos and any other forms of documentation...

Students bring past assault to light

By Alexandra Mackof -

Five days have passed since three Binghamton University students were attacked on Hawley street — a case that went unreported to the student body. Since then, other students have come forward to share their stories of off-campus violence with Pipe...

Administration opens floor for input on University Code of Conduct

By Amy Donovan -

A Town Hall meeting on Thursday evening gave Binghamton University students the opportunity to give input on the current student code of conduct. Paul Stroud, the director of student conduct, and Susan Briggs, the assistant director of student conduct, spoke...

World War I features over 200 works

By Zach Wingate -

With wine, baklava and a live musical performance, the Binghamton University Art Museum opened its winter exhibition “In the Wake of World War I” on Thursday evening. The show features over 200 original works by Vienna-born Robert Hofmann. According to...

Students debate politics behind Flint, Michigan water contamination

By Zach Wingate -

In April 2014, state officials switched Flint, Michigan’s public supply of drinking water from Lake Huron to the Flint River in order to save money. Shortly after, residents began seeing brown, unclean water and later discovered unsafe amounts of lead....

Enough is Enough campaign launched across SUNY schools

By Stacey Schimmel -

In July 2015, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo implemented the “Enough is Enough” campaign to combat sexual assault on SUNY campuses. Now, the training program geared toward stopping violence is available to professionals. The training is funded by a...

LGBTQ Center seeks founding director for Fall 2016

By Gabriella Weick -

The search for the Binghamton University LGBTQ Center’s founding director kicked off Tuesday afternoon with a presentation by the first of four candidates. Kelly Clark recently finished her doctorate in executive leadership at St. John Fisher College and, prior to...