Leora Schwadron


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Students establish Girls Who Code chapter at Binghamton University

When engineering students Kasey Hill, Caitlin Hall and Fiona Liang noticed there was no club in Binghamton that could introduce coding to the next generation of female students, they decided to form...

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Road salt could impact Binghamton University's yellow-spotted salamanders

Every February and March, yellow-spotted salamanders migrate from College-in-the-Woods to the Nature Preserve. But with the amount of snow that has accumulated at Binghamton University this winter, the salamanders may face a...

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Professionals talk state of diversity in business

In an effort to increase dialogue on the changing role of diversity and inclusion in the business world, professionals from a variety of accounting and financial services firms came together for the...

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HackBU encourages students to connect, learn new technology

In 24 hours, a singular idea can become an entire coded and completed program. At HackBU, an annual hackathon event held at Binghamton University, more than 350 students from across the Northeast...

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Speakers emphasize resiliency at annual Healthy Campus Summit

Students and faculty gathered in Old Union Hall to learn about stress management, mindfulness and healthy eating at the annual Healthy Campus Summit on Wednesday. The annual event, part of Binghamton University’s...


Binghamton University students, community members gather to honor victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

In the aftermath of a mass shooting on Saturday that killed 11 and injured six at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Binghamton University students and local community members gathered on Monday night to...

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Tau Alpha Upsilon brothers wear pink heels to raise awareness on domestic violence

Wearing bright pink heels as they walked down the Spine, the brothers of Tau Alpha Upsilon (TAU) held a sign titled “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” in honor of the International...

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Decker Student Health Services Center gears up for flu season

If the coughs and colds haven’t given it away, flu season is fast approaching, and Binghamton University is preparing to prevent the spread of germs. The focus of this season’s preventative measures...