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ResLife moves campus housing process to Fall 2014

By Alexandra Mackof -

On-campus housing signups will now begin on Oct. 22 and continue through Nov. 3. In the past, the process hadn’t begun until late into the spring semester.

Binghamton University students pushed to vote local, get involved

By Carla Sinclair -

The Center for Civic Engagement’s (CCE) political engagement task force is working with student groups and the Broome County Board of Elections to encourage students to register to vote and make their decisions as educated as possible.

Binghamton Hillel announces executive director, rabbi

By Madeline Gottlieb -

Weiss was named head rabbi this past summer after spending four years at the Heshe and Harriet Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC) at Rutgers University. Weiss, along with his wife, will be responsible for bringing the JLIC to...

OCCT introduces revamped bus routes

By Alexandra Mackof -

Binghamton’s Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) system has changed the bus routes in an attempt to ease students’ commutes to campus. In the past, all buses drove in a loop where each vehicle would follow a specific route, return to...

eParking launches registration site, but at a cost

By Habin Kwak -

On Aug. 25, Parking Services launched a new website allowing students who previously had parking permits to re-register for their annual parking pass. However, students also face a five dollar price increase to $140.55 in eParking and vehicle registration fees.