Geoffrey Wilson

Assistant News Editor

Senior English

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Alcohol returns to Chenango Room

Beer is coming back to the Chenango Room next month — and administrators say an on-campus pub is not out of the question going forward. ...


TEDx takes the stage at Osterhout Theater

The Osterhout Concert Theater was packed to capacity Sunday afternoon for the third annual TEDxBinghamtonUniversity conference. ...


A diet of junk-food content

Alexander Macris, founder and publisher of The Escapist magazine, talked about the intellectual value of various media, as well as its decline over time, during his talk Sunday at TEDx. ...


TEDxBinghamton to talk "God particle," zombies, Artificial Intelligence

Binghamton University is bringing eight experts to its third annual TEDx conference, entitled "Sex, Tech & Rock 'n' Roll." ...


Joshua Kortze, grad student remembered for debate skill

Joshua Kortze, a graduate student studying political science with a passion for travel and teaching, died on Sunday, Jan. 27 in a single-vehicle car accident in Bethlehem, Pa. He was 24. ...


MPA student remembered for unique personality, passion

Flynn Izard, a graduate student in the public administration program, died on Jan. 21 in Binghamton, N.Y. He was 27. ...


Peer mediation program to facilitate student conflict resolution

Because it may be impossible to avoid problems altogether with other students at college — whether it’s a roommate, coworker, or just a friend — the Student Association will be offering a ...


Political clubs engage in war of words

The College Democrats and College Republicans clashed in a fierce battle of words during their annual debate Thursday night. ...


BUZO hosts Israeli soldier

Sergeant Benjamin Anthony, a reservist in the Israeli Defense Forces, wore a sharp, gray suit when he took the podium Monday, but spoke with the booming and authoritative voice of a soldier ...


HIV-positive panel tell their stories

Four ordinary-looking men and women sat at a panel Thursday night, each with two things in common; they were all HIV-positive, and all of them once believed that “It Can’t Happen To ...