Michael Levinstein

mlevins2@binghamton.edu

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Campus News

Binghamton Association of Mixed Students holds discussion on microaggressions

As a precursor to a larger event in the spring, the Binghamton Association of Mixed Students (BAMS) led a discussion on what microaggressions are, how to avoid using them and what to...


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Undergraduate Anthropology Organization hosts discussion on appropriation of Native American culture

In an effort to increase awareness and dialogue about cultural appropriation, the Undergraduate Anthropology Organization (UAO) held “Was your Halloween Costume Racist?: The Appropriation of Native American Culture” on Wednesday evening in...


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Student groups host debate watch party for U.S. House of Representatives race

With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, Republican Claudia Tenney and Democratic challenger Anthony Brindisi, candidates for New York’s 22nd congressional district, clashed over guns, health care and taxes in a televised debate...


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Multicultural Resource Center raises awareness for culturally insensitive costumes

With Halloween approaching, Binghamton University’s Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) hopes to start a conversation on culturally insensitive costumes. On Monday, the MRC held “What Not to Wear: Halloween Edition,” an event that...


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PULSE hosts 9th annual Breast Cancer Festival at Binghamton University

Students, faculty, community members and survivors gathered at Binghamton University to raise awareness for breast cancer on Sunday afternoon. Hosted by Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) and the Omega Phi...


Community

EatBing hosts biannual Restaurant Week, donates proceeds to Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network

Since 2010, EatBing has hosted Restaurant Week in the city of Binghamton. During the twice-a-year event, restaurants create prefixed three-course meals and donate money from the proceeds to a local charity. EatBing...


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Annual sale at Bartle Library offers cheap books, CDs, DVDs

Browsing all types of literature, from mystery books and classic novels to historical nonfiction and cookbooks, students, faculty and staff gathered in the East Reading Room of Glenn G. Bartle Library for...


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Risk Management and Administrative Compliance, Human Resources take over investigation of discrimination claims from DEI

Changes are coming to the way discrimination investigations are handled at Binghamton University. Due to a lack of resources and revised state union contracts, the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)...


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Fresh Impressions brings vegan and vegetarian options to Marketplace

The Marketplace is now offering options for vegans and vegetarians with a new station, Fresh Impressions. Housed in the space formerly operating as Sweets and Eats, Fresh Impressions is located by Cakes...


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Students discuss implications of citizenship question on 2020 census

A question regarding citizenship status has not been seen on the United States census since 1950. However, U.S. residents may have to answer it on the next census in 2020. The U.S....