Julia Donnelly


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Campus News

BU takes precaution following flu outbreak

This year’s flu season is expected to be the worst in 15 years, and the season at Binghamton University is no exception: There have been three times as many cases on campus...

Science & Research

BU research challenges Easter Island's historical narrative

Often referred to as the “Easter Island heads,” the moai statues found on Chile’s Easter Island are the focus of one Binghamton University professor’s research. Carl Lipo, professor of anthropology at BU,...

Greek Life

ZBT to join InterFraternity Council in spring 2018

Although Binghamton University has an undergraduate Jewish population of more than 3,700 students, it currently only has one Jewish fraternity ― a number that will rise to two in spring 2018. Zeta...

Campus News

Panel explores food, environmental justice in Binghamton community

Student environmental activism in the greater Binghamton area was the topic of discussion at the “Securing a Green Future: Environmental & Food Justice Panel” on Wednesday night. The panel analyzed the lack...

Campus News

New academic programs expand master's degree, minor offerings

This semester, the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) and the new Master of Public Health (MPH) program are bringing new research and degree opportunities to students at Binghamton University....

Campus News

Shack-A-Thon raises awareness for inadequate housing

A campground of cardboard homes littered the Spine on Thursday, Oct. 19 as a part of Habitat for Humanity’s fourth annual Shack-a-Thon event. Binghamton University’s Shack-a-Thon is held each year in order...

Campus News

Student groups volunteer at garbage clean up for first annual Gandhi Day

The first annual Gandhi Day of Service at Binghamton University was held Saturday, drawing in a crowd of over 50 students to participate in a garbage cleanup at nearby Aqua-Terra Wilderness Area....