Kimberly Gonzalez

kgonza38@binghamton.edu

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Campus News

Commencement to feature 15 student speakers

Highlighting their college careers and future aspirations, 15 students will speak at 15 Binghamton University undergraduate commencement ceremonies this weekend. To be considered to be a student speaker, a student must submit...


Campus News

Binghamton University seeks reaccreditation to ensure financial aid, grants

Financial aid, grants and transfers: All are devices used by students and faculty which depend on accreditation, an eight-year process beginning this spring for Binghamton University. The Middle States Commission on Higher...


Campus News

OCCT, Decol A provide transportation for Ramadan

As the month of Ramadan approaches, Muslim students at Binghamton University will have several options to commute to a local mosque, with a stop added to Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) routes...


Student Association

Student Association President delivers State of the SA address

The Student Association (SA) held their State of the SA address on Monday night to discuss the initiatives that have been implemented over the course of the 2018-19 academic year and the...


Campus News

S.H.I.N.E. hosts discussion on racist incidents, inequality

In an effort to reduce inequality and facilitate a discussion regarding racism at Binghamton University, the Service for Health, Inequality reduction, Natural disaster relief and Education (S.H.I.N.E.) hosted “Instances of Racism on...


Prism

Quimbamba prepares explosive show for Latin Weekend

El Polvorín Latin Festival aims to present an explosive battle of Latin dance and culture through a statewide competition during Latin Weekend. Hosted by Quimbamba Latin Dance Team, El Polvorín invites several...


Campus News

BU rises to Research I University category in Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education rankings

Binghamton University has risen into the Research I University category in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education rankings, data that is used to compute other college rankings, including the ones...


Prism

What does it mean to be Hispanic?

About 18.2 percent of New Yorkers can speak Spanish. That includes everyone from Colombians, Dominicans, El Salvadorians, Mexicans and more, but most infamously, the “Nuyoricans” — Puerto Rican New Yorkers. Puerto Rico...