Campus News

Educator recounts work in maximum security prison

By Michelle Kraidman -

After being approached by two prisoners that he worked with about getting a college education, professor Fernando Pico went from being a prison chaplain to a professor.

Greek life shows off its multicultural side

By Chloe Rehfield -

During the seventh annual Strolling for a Cause, eight cultural Greek organizations each performed a choreographed traditional dance that represented their organizations and cultures, referred to as a “stroll.”

Culture Carnival showcases customs, traditions of five continents

By Zuzu Boomer-Knapp -

The Binghamton Association for Mixed Students (BAMS) celebrated cultures from around the world with a carnival featuring games, performances and prizes. At Friday’s Culture Carnival — a shift from the organization’s usual annual banquet — guests explored four different stations...

Statewide mandate screens purchases over $25K

By Zach Wingate -

As of this summer, all SUNY schools are now required to screen major purchases to make sure that minority- and women-owned businesses had an equal opportunity bid for the contract.

Amazing Race sends competitors on campus-wide adventure

By Garrett Shor -

This event had racers competing across the campus to find various stations and complete challenges in exchange for new clues. The first team to find all of the clues and reach the end of the race was the winner.

Libous, Starzak sought for BU campus debate

By Carla Sinclair -

Members of campus political organizations said bringing the two to Binghamton University for a debate would enlighten both the students and the community to issues affecting Binghamton University.

Binghamton University joins 19 colleges in socking it to winter weather

By Gabriella Weick -

KKGAS was created last November by New York University student Adina Lichtman after meeting Diego, a homeless man who informed her that socks were a necessity that was frequently overlooked in donations. After speaking with him, she decided to start...

Korean student voted second-best speaker at West Point debate tournament

By Pelle Waldron -

Nothing was lost in translation last weekend, as international student Ian Kim was ranked the second-best speaker at West Point’s annual debate tournament. Kim, a junior majoring in accounting, was born in Korea. He first studied at Hult International Business...