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In modern fundraising, social media plays key role

By Alexis Hatcher -

Speakers came to Binghamton University to discuss a 100-million dollar idea: the Ice Bucket Challenge. A panel composed of both faculty and students met on...

Professors to bring instruction to the dorms

By Haley Silverstein -

Within the program, faculty-in-residence will be expected to take an active role in the residential lives of students. They will do so by attending hall government meetings, participating in RA training over the summer and being readily available to advise students.

University releases Road Map progress report

By Zuzu Boomer-Knapp -

The progress report, released on Oct. 10, detailed the administration’s activity during the 2013-2014 academic year. All of last year’s 46 projects advanced since their implementation. The administration presented an updated budget process and created a new set of goals for the University.

Lockheed Martin engineers talk career options

By Michelle Kraidman -

During Wednesday night’s “Tech Talk,” which was hosted by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), speakers centered their presentations on systems engineering, which is an interdisciplinary field that requires a general knowledge of all sectors of engineering. Systems engineers focus...

Binghamton University prepares for 13th homecoming

By Stacey Schimmel -

Homecoming Weekend is the biggest on-campus event offered for alumni each year. It gives students and staff the opportunity to make connections and seek advice from alumni. Graduates get the opportunity to relive their college memories, see old faces and...

Governor Cuomo announces SUNY-wide changes to combat sexual assault

By Nicolas Vega -

From 2010 to 2013, Binghamton University saw 15 forcible sexual assaults on its campus, with a high of six occurring in 2011 and two occurring last year. However, Dean of Students April Thompson said that the University has been taking...

University to have 158 classrooms by 2016

By Chloe Rehfield -

The project is funded by a $140 million grant from the NYSUNY 2020 Challenge Grant Program, a state initiative to strengthen academic development for SUNY schools.

NYPIRG holds anti-fracking protest on the Spine, calls for Cuomo’s support

By Pelle Waldron -

The Spine became the stage for an environmental discussion when NYPIRG hosted an event educating students on the potential dangers of fracking. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, involves pumping chemically treated water into shale rock formations, which hold natural gas reserves...