Max Samson

Editorial Artist

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Campus News

Koffman Southern Tier Incubator hosts second-annual 'Startup Summit'

This Wednesday, startup companies, investors and Binghamton University students gathered at the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator for the second-annual Startup Summit. The day-long event, hosted by BU’s Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation...


Local politicians urge Amazon to consider Binghamton for headquarters

Ten days ago, Amazon canceled its plans for a headquarters in New York City amid local opposition and outrage. Now, local politicians are trying to bring Amazon to central New York. Following...

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Parents Leadership Council serves as advisory board to University offices, helps parents connect with campus life

Binghamton University students can get involved in campus life through student groups, events, student government and activism, but their parents face less-defined paths to forming connections with the campus. That’s where the...


Community activists talk tenants rights, renters' issues

Students and local residents throughout Binghamton are searching for safe and affordable housing as the city adjusts to a changing real estate market and economic environment. On Thursday night, a group organizing...

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BU Faculty Senate approves open access measure

In a policy implemented in March, SUNY pledged to make scholarly resources more accessible and affordable for students through open access. This week, Binghamton University’s Faculty Senate joined other SUNY schools in...

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'The Fight for a Free SUNY' teaches students to advocate for tuition policy change

Advocating for free tuition for all students enrolled in SUNY schools, two members of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) taught a group of Binghamton University students how to organize...

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Watson offers class to teach campus community programming language

As nearly 7,000 Harpur College students register for classes, few will be able to register for the limited seats in Watson-restricted computer science classes. In an effort to provide programming knowledge outside...


Binghamton Office of Code Enforcement encourages students to utilize code compliance inspections

As the midway point of the fall semester inches closer, many students have already begun their search for off-campus housing next year. In an effort to inform students of their landlords’ responsibilities...