Campus News

Panel looks to guide international students in housing process

By David Zeiger -

ISSS hosted a panel of seven international BU students and a Binghamton police officer on Thursday in the Old University Union to give advice to students who are considering moving. Speakers gave advice on searching for a house, dealing with...

As contract end looms, Sodexo faces criticism from students

By Gabriella Weick -

The first petition, created by I.D.E.A.S., urges BU to negotiate with Sodexo to sign up for the Real Food Challenge (RFC), a national organization that works with institutions to look at the source of their food.

Final Ombudsman candidate presents to campus

By Kanchi Chandwani -

Ramos graduated from the Pepperdine University School of Law, and currently works for Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, California.

Wall Street banker shares wealth of knowledge

By Emilie Leroy -

Carpenter said traditional academics do not give students enough experience to find their strengths, a process which, according to him, begins with understanding how companies operate and discovering whether or not that particular career is a good fit.

Chabad, Hillel hold vigil after Jerusalem attack

By Alana Epstein -

Nearly 150 students, faculty and staff gathered at Chabad at Binghamton University on Tuesday evening to pray for the five people who lost their lives in a terrorist attack on a Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday morning. According to Rabbi Slonim...

With text alerts, off-campus students get sense of safety

By Chloe Rehfield -

Binghamton’s City Hall and Police Department are getting tech-savvy when it comes to improving the public safety of city residents and of students living Downtown. Last Monday, Mayor Rich David announced the implementation of the alert system Nixle, which sends...