Brandon Ng

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bng1294@binghamton.edu

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Campus News

SA's executive vice president announces resignation

Chance Fiorisi, a junior majoring in political science, announced his resignation as Student Association (SA) executive vice president (EVP) in an email sent to all chartered organizations Tuesday night. The position will...


Campus News

Student proposes cease-fire resolution for City Council's consideration

A resolution calling for a cease-fire in Gaza, the release of hostages and increased humanitarian aid to Gazan civilians was presented for the Binghamton City Council’s consideration last month. It was introduced...


TEDxBinghamton University 2024

TEDxBinghamton University 2024: Eden Robbins

Featuring six speakers, TEDxBinghamtonUniversity: Odyssey is centered around “breaking barriers and trailblazing forward toward a new future.” Eden Robbins ‘16, is a user experience design leader in the technology industry. She leads...


Campus News

Unofficial SA, BU Council representative election results released; VPP vote to be redone

After a spirited campaign season, next year’s Student Association (SA) E-Board and Binghamton University Council representative have been decided, according to unofficial results published by the SA’s Elections and Judiciary Committee. 1,705...


News

State Legislature bypasses Independent Redistricting Commission; Gov. Hochul signs new congressional map

Shortly after the bipartisan Independent Redistricting Commission approved a new set of congressional district lines for the 2024 election, the New York State Legislature voted to reject them. Democratic lawmakers, spurred by...


2024 Multicultural Issue

Binghamton University Association of Mixed Students

Founded in 2002, the Binghamton University Association of Mixed Students (BAMS) continues to build and foster community for students with mixed-race backgrounds and heritage. The organization’s core values are diversity, awareness, unity...


Campus News

SJP, TMPS educate students about ICJ case against Israel

Amid growing international concerns about the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, two campus organizations held an event last Tuesday, educating students about South Africa’s genocide case against Israel at the International Court of...


Campus News

Students for Justice in Palestine, now fully-chartered, hopes to amplify pro-Palestinian voices on campus

Newly chartered by the Student Association (SA), Binghamton University’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) is looking to the future. Advocating for Palestinian empowerment — both in historic Palestine and throughout the...


Community

Proposal to dissolve Binghamton City Police receives first hearing in City Council

At a tense work session yesterday, Binghamton’s City Council heard a measure that would defund the Binghamton City Police. The measure was submitted to the council’s agenda by John Solak, a Binghamton...


Campus News

University-led battery initiative designated Regional Innovation Engine

On Monday, the National Science Foundation (NSF) designated a Binghamton University-led battery project as a Regional Innovation Engine, awarding it up to $160 million over 10 years. The achievement was announced by...