Emilie Leroy

Contributing Writer


40 Articles


After national outbreak, Binghamton University stays prepared for measles

Today, all SUNY students must provide immunization records prior to registration proving they have received two doses of the vaccine. ...

Campus News

Online donors help send BU Slam poets to national competition

Teams from more than 50 schools across the United States will go head-to-head in front of audiences at Virginia Commonwealth University. But they won’t be vying for the ball — they’ll be...

Campus News

Hundreds rush for early graduation

With tuition, fees and housing, costing in-state students $22,000 per year and thousands more for out of state students, many look to save money by graduating early. ...

Campus News

Ali Mazrui remembered for five decades in academics, activism

While memorials are usually somber events, the memorial for Binghamton University professor and renowned scholar, Ali Mazrui, had the atmosphere of a family gathering, as guests shared stories of the man who...


Energy Executives talk options to empower local areas

SUNY BEST (Business and Education Cooperative of the Southern Tier) hosted the New York Winter Statewide Energy Tour Thursday at BU to discuss the state’s clean energy policies and initiatives and how ...


Guest-speakers examine different aspects of Israel at ZED talk

The Binghamton University Zionist Organization (BUZO) held its second-annual Zionist Education Development (ZED) Talk, hosting speakers who shared their perspectives on currents topics concerning Israel. The talk featured Robert Holahan, an environmental...


Wall Street banker shares wealth of knowledge

Carpenter said traditional academics do not give students enough experience to find their strengths, a process which, according to him, begins with understanding how companies operate and discovering whether or not that ...

Campus News

Clubs come together to fight Measles, Mumps, Rubella

On Friday evening, students gathered in the Old University Union to raise money to help fight life-threatening diseases. Over 90 attendees were present at the second annual Vaccinate a Village Banquet, hosted...


At campus polls, hundreds of students cast vote in midterm races

Staff members of the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and volunteers from the area signed in over 330 students to vote on Tuesday for state-wide and local candidates. ...

Science & Research

Online database connects students to on-campus research

Students can now find research availability on the Campus Research Opportunity Postings (CROP) website, which lists paid and for-credit research positions in projects conducted by BU faculty and advanced graduate students across ...