Connor Torpey

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"What's Your Language of Love?" discussion talks self-love, relationships in college

While couples around campus celebrated Valentine’s Day, some students started a conversation about love in college. On Wednesday evening, Services for Health, Inequality Reduction, Natural Disaster Relief and Education (SHINE) presented “What’s...

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Speakers explore local bail reform

In 2016, 75 percent of the 505 inmates housed in Broome County Jail had yet to be convicted of a crime. Instead, they were unable to make bail, confined until their trial...

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Lebanese student seeks Student Association charter

One Binghamton University student is on a mission to give Lebanese students a space where they can both enjoy and learn more about their culture. Joseph Seif, a sophomore majoring in political...

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Lecture series examines gender, race in education

To address challenges faced by black men and boys in education, Binghamton University is streaming “Black Minds Matter,” an eight-week video lecture series taught by professors at San Diego State University (SDSU)....


Speaker promotes open access policy

Textbook fees and paywalls may become a thing of the past if Nick Shockey’s vision for the future of education becomes a reality. Shockey, director of programs and engagement at Scholarly Publishing...


Program to expand internship opportunities for students with disabilities

The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development and Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) are teaming up to help students with disabilities advance in the workforce with expanded internship options. The...