Michael Levinstein

mlevins2@binghamton.edu

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Campus News

Dance marathon raises money for Malawi charity

At Malawi Children’s Mission in southeastern Africa, schoolchildren don’t have desks and are educated for as little as $25 a year. Students at Binghamton University hosted a dance marathon on Saturday, Feb....


Campus News

Campus club rexamines Women's Suffrage movement

Although white women got the right to vote with the help of the women’s suffrage movement in 1920, black women in some southern states couldn’t cast ballots until more than 40 years...


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Students snag discounts on business attire

Kristal Clark browsed the racks of clothing at J.C. Penney, trying to find the perfect outfit for her resident assistant interview later this week. Clark, a sophomore majoring in mathematics, was one...


Community

Volunteers partner with local organizations for MLK Day of Service

In 1968, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Fifty years later, his legacy has inspired a national day of volunteer work in his honor, and on Jan. 15, 45...


Campus News

Poster presentation highlights undergraduate research

University research is often reserved for upperclassmen, but Binghamton University freshmen and sophomores presented on projects ranging from Lyme disease to land mines on Wednesday night. Researchers presented their findings at the...


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Dickinson Community adds VPMA to town council

Dickinson Community voted last week to add the position of a vice president for multicultural affairs (VPMA) to its executive board, joining Mountainview and Newing in offering the position. Historically, the position...


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Leadership conference provides opportunities for low-income students

In middle school, Edirka Alcantara visited Binghamton University and left with one goal: to go to college. Now, Alcantara, treasurer of the Juvenile Urban Multicultural Program (JUMP Nation) and a junior majoring...


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Conference explores justifications for violent, nonviolent resistance

In the wake of political resistance movements in the United States and around the world, graduate students in Binghamton University’s philosophy department are examining what issues cause and justify violent and nonviolent...


Community

Forum continues discussion on Broome County opioid epidemic

Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (R-22) held a forum to discuss the effects of the Broome County opioid epidemic on Tuesday night. The forum, held in Symposium Hall at the Center of Excellence at...


Community

Community reenacts 1913 women's suffrage march

Five years earlier, in 1913, a march advocating for suffrage was held in the city of Binghamton, but women weren’t granted the right to vote statewide until 1917. Suffrage wasn’t passed nationally...