Nicolas Vega



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Campus News

Students for Justice in Palestine, Pro-Israel groups rally on the Spine

As Binghamton University’s newest batch of Bearcats made their way along the Spine to their first college classes on Tuesday morning, they came across a sight that has become common on BU’s...

Campus News

Medal of Honor recipient remembered by father in talk at Binghamton University

Lt. Michael P. Murphy, a Navy SEAL from Patchogue, N.Y., was killed in action in Afghanistan on June 28, 2005. On Friday evening, his father came to Binghamton University to speak with ...

Campus News

UPDATING: Binghamton University appears on list of schools with possible Title IX violations

Binghamton University is one of 55 schools with open Title IX sexual violence investigations, appearing on a list released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR). ...

Science & Research

Coders converge at Binghamton University's first-ever hackathon

HackBU hosted the hackathon over a 24-hour period from Friday evening to Saturday evening, drawing more than 250 participants. ...

Campus News

Binghamton University student creates documentary to teach consent from diverse perspectives

Shola Gbemi came up with the idea for “Let’s Talk About It: Sexual Harassment and the Importance of Consent” after realizing that the videos he was showing students during his internship with ...


Baxter the Bearcat crowned champion of SUNY Mascot Madness tournament

Binghamton University’s mascot narrowly achieved victory after accruing 27,481 votes versus Brockport’s 27,264 — a difference of only 1 percent. ...


TEDx: "The Mathematics of Love"

Hannah Fry, a mathematician and complexity scientist at the University College London’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, discussed ‘the mathematics of love’ during her TEDx talk at Binghamton University. ...

Science & Research

Binghamton University student researches effects of mitochondrial variations in yeast

For one Binghamton University student, a trip to the Nature Preserve doesn’t mean watching the sunset on the bridge — it means collecting yeast. Ray Futia, a junior majoring in biology whose...


Israeli soldier advocates for Palestinian compromise

No topic was off-limits when an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldier visited Binghamton University Monday evening to share the stories and opinions he developed while serving in the army. ...

Science & Research

Binghamton University receives $800,000 in grant money from NYSEG

The grant presentation was held Wednesday in the lobby of the Engineering and Science Building at the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC). BU President Harvey Stenger was on hand to receive the checks ...