Brian Racow

Senior Staff Writer

Senior Political Science

37 Articles


Asbestos removal in campus buildings moves forward

Projects are currently underway at Binghamton University to remove asbestos from several campus buildings, including Science II and Tuscarora Office Building. ...


SUNY approves 2012-13 budget, and more tuition hikes

The SUNY Board of Trustees last week approved its state budget request for the 2012-13 fiscal year, which begins July 1, 2012. ...


Harvey G. Stenger Jr. named as next president of Binghamton University

SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher and Carl McCall, chairman of the SUNY Board of Trustees, formally introduced Harvey Stenger Jr., the next permanent president of BU, at a press conference in the Anderson ...


Harvey G. Stenger named as next president of Binghamton University

The SUNY Board of Trustees has named Harvey G. Stenger, currently the interim provost at the University at Buffalo, as the next president of Binghamton University. ...


Thane Rosenbaum, author of 'Golems of Gotham,' speaks on campus

Thane Rosenbaum, an acclaimed author, law professor and political commentator, delivered a lecture and read from his novel ...


Changes to BU Brain affect Spring registration

Many students have expressed confusion or frustration with recent changes to BU Brain since registration for the spring 2012 semester began last week. ...


Graduate students commemorate 'death' of PIC

Graduate students in Binghamton University's Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture (PIC) department — whose current status as a department remained a complicated issue as of press time — held a protest Wednesday afternoon ...


Zucotti protesters establish 'Occupy' way of life

The "Occupy Wall Street" protest in Manhattan and the spin-off "Occupy Binghamton" protest it has inspired are showing no signs of flagging in numbers or the passion of their participants. ...


Officials make weekend visit to Events Center

Binghamton University's Events Center remains open as a shelter to residents whose homes were affected by the floods. ...


Events Center opens as a flood shelter

More than 1,000 people from the greater Binghamton area spent Wednesday night and Thursday morning inside Binghamton University's Events Center and West Gym seeking shelter from the danger of flooding caused by ...