Sasha Hupka


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Binghamton University researchers examine methods for diagnosing depression

A study conducted at Binghamton University suggests that the risk of depression can be predicted with a simple visual test, providing possible methods for diagnosis at routine doctor visits. The research was...


Inequalities across America portrayed through photography

LaToya Frazier, a photographer who documents social issues and inequalities across the United States, spoke in the Anderson Center‘s Chamber Hall on Thursday evening in an event titled “Art, in Defense of...


POLICE WATCH: Nov. 1, 2016

Gone in a Flash THURSDAY, Oct. 27, 3:40 p.m. — A 22-year-old male reported a stolen black camera bag containing a camera and three lenses missing, said Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s...


BU introduces carpooling initiative

Binghamton University’s Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) began offering a new car-pooling initiative to faculty, staff and commuting students on Oct. 24 that allows vehicles carrying multiple passengers to receive a free...


Binghamton University to construct Living Building at Nuthatch Hollow Nature Preserve

An open house was held at the Nuthatch Hollow Nature Preserve on Oct. 15 to begin the planning process for the Living Building Project, a reconstruction of the current structure on the...


To broaden research interests, BU seeks to add sixth Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence

Submissions opened on Oct. 7 for Binghamton University faculty to present their proposals for BU’s sixth Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence (TAE). In 2012, the University launched a new initiative to begin investing...