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POLICE WATCH: February 12, 2016

By Derek Schuster -

A Dollar Short and Two Months Late MONDAY, Feb. 8, 1:50 p.m. — A bike went missing from a Lehman Hall rack, said Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. The victim, a 19-year-old male, reported that...

Campus Rec offers courses to stay fit in winter weather

By Chloe Rehfield -

As the weather gets colder, getting exercise outside can become difficult. For students who want to continue working out during in the winter weather, Binghamton University’s Recreation Center offers Specialty Wellness Classes, with no gym membership needed. The East Gym...

Visiting professor examines significance of artifacts found in Pacific Islands

By Michelle Kraidman -

Offering an untraditional look at anthropology, Susanne Küchler gave students and faculty at Binghamton University a picture of the complexities found in Polynesian artifacts. Küchler, a professor of anthropology at University College London, specializes in material culture. Studying materials requires...

Professor examines significance of visual culture in 1920’s Germany

By Stacey Schimmel -

A Binghamton University professor is looking at almost 100-year-old photography not just as art, but as a glimpse of how modernity overtook the natural world of the time. Carl Gelderloos, an assistant professor of German, presented “National Histories of Photography...

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...

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 the Indian International Student Union’s (IISU) annual Tamasha dance show. Tamasha, which means a grand...