Michael Levinstein

mlevins2@binghamton.edu

6 Articles


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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....


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Edwin Black presents on IBM's involvement in the Holocaust

Edwin Black, author of “IBM and the Holocaust,” spoke in Lecture Hall 10 on Monday evening about the connection between the Nazi regime and Thomas J. Watson, the founder of IBM and...


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Out of the Darkness Walk, Mental Health Awareness Day aim to destigmatize mental illness, provide support for struggling students

In order to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and increase support for struggling students, community and campus organizations hosted Mental Health Awareness Day and the fifth annual Out of the Darkness...


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Alzheimer’s Foundation of America On Campus hosts second annual "Raise Your Voice for Care" at BU

The Binghamton University chapter of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America On Campus hosted the second annual Raise Your Voice for Care on Sunday as part of the national nonprofit’s college tour. The...


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University to hire new director of Residential Life

The Office of Residential Life will be getting a new director by next semester, and students are seeking improvements in housing policies with the changeover. Suzanne Howell was made Binghamton University’s associate...


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Groups advocate for voting reform at Democracy Walk

As midterm elections draw closer, posters questioning the impact of New York’s voting laws on voter turnout filled the Spine on Wednesday. The posters were part of the Roosevelt Institute’s efforts for...


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Athletes shave heads for cancer

Steven Schein shaved his head five years ago at a St. Baldrick’s Foundation event, and continues to do so once a year to raise awareness for pediatric cancer. A St. Baldrick’s head-shaving...


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Professor talks impact of war on drugs at SA Spotlight

According to Juanita Diaz-Cotto, a professor of sociology and Latin American and Caribbean Area studies at Binghamton University, the effects of the war on drugs can be analyzed from many perspectives. In...