Celia Woodruff

cwoodru2@binghamton.edu

44 Articles


Campus News

"Rebellion" celebrated at Latin Heritage Month Kickoff

This past Thursday, the Latin American Student Union (LASU) “kicked off” Latin Heritage Month. Juan González, a professor at Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information, visited Binghamton University to speak at...


Campus News

SOC Committee sees record number of student cases

Binghamton University’s Students of Concern (SOC) Committee saw more student cases in the fall 2021 and spring 2022 semesters than ever before. The SOC Committee’s primary purpose is to help students implement...


Community

City condemns fraternity for code violations

Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham announced the condemnation of the first floor of the Binghamton University Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house last week. Located at 93 Front St., the house’s first floor was...


Off-Campus News

Zoning legislation to face Planning Commission

Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham’s legislation to restrict student housing in residential areas will go before the Planning Commission on Monday, Sept. 12. First proposed in July, the law would prohibit four or...


Campus News

COVID-19 policies revised for fall semester

While Binghamton University has eliminated its mask mandate for campus facilities, there are still COVID-19 precautions in place for the fall 2022 semester. BU has removed its surveillance testing policy for vaccinated...


Community

Proposed zoning law to restrict Binghamton student housing

On July 19, Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham announced a zoning law proposal to curb student housing. The law would prohibit groups of four or more college students from living in the city’s...


Orientation Issue 2022

Resources to know at BU

Academic Resources — Asking for help never hurts. Aside from reaching out to professors and attending office hours, students have access to multiple on-campus resources to help them succeed. Speaking Center The Speaking...


Community

Binghamton community responds to Buffalo shooting

On May 14, a mass shooting took place in Buffalo, NY at a local Tops Friendly Market, allegedly targeting Buffalo’s Black community. Ten people were killed and three were wounded in the...


Community

BU hosts planting of Three Sisters garden

On Wednesday, Binghamton University hosted a ceremonial planting of the Three Sisters in the Science I courtyard. Several individuals spoke prior to the planting ceremony in a speaker series held in the...


Drug Issue 2022

NYS residents with cannabis convictions given priority in cannabis retail licenses

A new initiative will give New York state residents with previous marijuana-related offenses priority in cannabis dispensary licensing. New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul announced the Office of Cannabis Management’s (OCM) Seeding...