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BU student spearheads alternative downtown living option

Students have many housing options, including staying in dorms on campus and renting apartments or houses in Downtown Binghamton. But on Binghamton’s South Side, a different way of living is taking shape....


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Sodexo receives health violations across campus

Binghamton University Dining Services, operated by Sodexo, is subjected to regular health inspections by the New York State Department of Health (DOH). During the last inspection of the Marketplace, which took place...


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Pipe Dream survey shows high rate of prescription drug use on campus

Faced with increased workloads towards the end of the semester, some students may be inclined to use study drugs to aid with writing late-night essays and studying for tests. Adderall, Ritalin and...


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Harpur faculty members receive recognition from students

For the first time ever, Binghamton University’s Harpur College of Arts and Sciences honored its professors entirely on the basis of student nominations and votes. The winners of this year’s Harpur College...


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EOP receives $40K from Binghamton community member CEO of Upstate Shredding,

As a lifelong resident of Binghamton, Adam Weitsman has seen Binghamton University benefit the local area. As a way to return that favor, he donated $40,000 toward BU’s Equal Opportunity Program (EOP)....


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Graduate School announces Masters of Public Health program

In the New University Union on Wednesday, May 5, over a dozen faculty members gathered to listen to the dean of the graduate school, Susan Strehle, introduce plans for a graduate program...


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Steven Ortiz delivers his “last lecture”

If you were given the opportunity to give a lecture to students as if it were your last, what would you say? This year, Binghamton University history professor Stephen Ortiz rose to...


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Chabad commemorates 30 years at BU

The Chabad Center celebrated its 30 year anniversary as a central part of the Jewish community in Binghamton. Over 250 Binghamton University students, faculty and Binghamton residents gathered on Thursday to celebrate...


Community

BU assault survivor speaks out to spread awareness

Redgate said that for those who might have gone through something similar, a key to moving forward is not being afraid to reach out to others for support. ...


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Mein Bowl

Binghamton University Dining Services, operated by Sodexo, is subjected to regular health inspections by the New York State Department of Health (DOH). During the last inspection of the Marketplace, which took place...


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Website helps students find locations to study during finals week

This finals week, Binghamton University students will no longer have to synchronize their watches to ensure they get a study spot on campus. StudyBing, a website pioneered by BU’s dean of students...


Police Watch

POLICE WATCH: May 10, 2016

Unlocked and Loaded SATURDAY, May 7, 7:30 p.m. — Police were contacted about a petty larceny in Mountainview College’s Cascade Hall, said Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police....


Student Association

SA plans for possible inclement weather ahead of Spring Fling

Despite cloudiness and rain in the forecast for tomorrow, the Student Association has no plans to change the location of Spring Fling. According to Bernadette Machuca, vice president for programming for the...


Community

Thomas Libous dead at 63

He was elected to Binghamton city council and represented the South Side in 1984, and was re-elected in 1987. ...


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POLICE WATCH: May 3, 2016

Grilled with Regret FRIDAY, April 29, 10:52 p.m. — Officers were called to Lot N Friday night for criminal mischief, said Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police (UPD)....


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'One World' raises money for special needs group home

Special needs can encompass much more than developmental disorders like autism and Down syndrome. Dani Preiser, a junior majoring in psychology, is trying to spread that message. That is why she founded...


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In 12 hours, Relay for Life raises $36K for cancer research

More than 800 students and community members stayed up all night long to raise money for the American Cancer Society at Binghamton University’s annual Relay for Life. The relay took place in...


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Decker School of Nursing names new dean

After an extensive search, Mario Ortiz has been chosen as the new dean of the Decker School of Nursing at Binghamton University. Ortiz is leaving his position as dean of the Vera...