Hallie Milligan

hmillig2@binghamton.edu

17 Articles


Campus News

BU launches mandatory cybersecurity training

After repeated incidents of cyberattacks, Binghamton University has launched an online cybersecurity training. The training — titled the 2022 Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training — was released to students, faculty and staff...


Campus News

BU sees increase in reports of rape, decline in stalking and dating violence

Binghamton University’s 2022 Security and Fire Report reflects a wave of crime statistics that have shifted these past few years, including stalking and rape. The 2022 report covers reported crime incidents on...


News

Voter resources for midterm elections

Are you ready for the 2022 midterm elections? If not, here are some election resources that can help. Binghamton University and Broome County have many resources dedicated to individuals seeking assistance through...


Community

In-person visitation returns to Broome County Jail

Activist groups gathered outside the Broome County Jail on Sept. 29 to observe the return of in-person visitation. On May 13, Joshua Cotter, an attorney at Legal Services of Central New York,...


Community

Binghamton to initiate second climate action plan

Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham has announced plans for Binghamton’s second Climate Action Plan. The first plan took effect in 2011, in response to recurring flooding caused by climate change in the Binghamton...


Science & Research

BU study examines wellness habits pre- and post-COVID-19 shutdown

A Binghamton University study suggests women should exercise moderately during periods of high stress. Lina Begdache, an associate professor of health and wellness studies, began the study before the COVID-19 shutdown. Begdache,...


Community

Students tour Koffman Southern Tier Incubator

Binghamton University students toured the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator (KSTI) on Tuesday to explore start-up business opportunities. KSTI was opened in April of 2017 under the direction of BU President Harvey Stenger,...


Campus News

Memorial held for Upinder Dhillon

Binghamton University is continuing to grieve the loss of Upinder Dhillon, the recently retired dean of the School of Management (SOM). On Thursday, BU held a memorial service in honor of Dhillon....


Community

Appeal filed over Broome County Jail visitation ruling

The lawsuit over Broome County Jail’s visitation policy is continuing, as Broome County has filed an appeal. In May, Joshua Cotter, an attorney at Legal Services of Central New York, filed a...


Campus News

"Multicultural Extravaganza" celebrates cultural diversity

Binghamton University held its seventh annual Multicultural Extravaganza in celebration of cultural diversity. On Saturday, BU students gathered at the Peace Quad to honor the University’s diverse cultures. Students from various multicultural...