Celia Woodruff


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Campus News

Roundtable debate discusses UPD and First Amendment rights

In an effort to continue the discussion surrounding students’ constitutional rights on-campus, multiple Binghamton University groups teamed up to facilitate a conversation among student panelists about campus police and First Amendment rights....

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Job, internship fairs continue virtually

This spring semester, students will have the opportunity to attend Binghamton University’s job and internship fairs from home. The career fairs will be completely virtual, similar to those held during the fall...


NYS Gov. Andrew Cuomo extends bar, restaurant COVID-19 curfew

New York state residents now have one extra hour to spend at their favorite bars and restaurants. NYS Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced that all New York state bars and restaurants can...

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Hinman College construction to be completed by fall 2021

For the fall 2021 semester, Binghamton University students living at Hinman College will have a brand new dining hall. Construction for the new Hinman Dining Hall will be officially completed this summer...

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BUDS unveils new plan to help students with unused dining dollars

Binghamton University students living off campus or in on-campus apartments can now carry over their old dining dollars from the fall 2020 semester to the spring 2021 semester for $25. The $25...

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New Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences building in Johnson City to open in spring 2021

Come this spring semester, Binghamton University students in the Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences will be learning in a newly located and updated facility, constructed from the remnants of an...


Center for Civic Engagement encourages early voting to avoid crowds, expands voter engagement services

With less than two weeks before Election Day, Binghamton University students must decide whether to vote in person or to vote early and ensure their personal safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Specific...

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All University classes to move online for two weeks in response to rising coronavirus cases

Amid rising coronavirus cases both on and off campus, Binghamton University has moved all learning online for two weeks starting Thursday, according to a B-Line News Addition from BU President Harvey Stenger...


JUST testifies in front of State Senate

There is a portion of the community whose struggles during the coronavirus pandemic remain hidden from view — incarcerated people. On Sept. 22, Justice and Unity for the Southern Tier (JUST) gave...