Orla McCaffrey

News Editor

omccaff1@binghamton.edu

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Campus News

Update: student injured, suspect arrested in Smith Hall robbery

A robbery during which a gun was possibly displayed occurred on campus at approximately 6:30 p.m. Friday evening, according to a B-Alert message sent by Binghamton University over email and text message...


News

Students robbed in Smith Hall; gun possibly involved

A robbery during which a gun was possibly displayed occurred on campus at approximately 6:30 p.m. this evening, according to a B-Alert message sent by Binghamton University over e-mail and text message...


Campus News

Students speak out against racism

Ignorant comments in class. Racial slurs hurled from moving cars. Not feeling safe walking from the library to a dorm room at night. These are just a few of the experiences related...


Campus News

Post Malone hits up The Colonial after concert

When Post Malone stepped off the stage at the Events Center on Thursday, his night had just begun. The rapper appeared at The Colonial, a bar and restaurant in Downtown Binghamton, where...


SUNY News

Spring Excelsior deadline nears

Last summer, more than 75,000 students applied for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Excelsior Scholarship. Applications for fall 2018 scholarships were flying into Albany so quickly, the Higher Education Services Corporation extended the deadline...


Campus News

BU Council meeting talks faculty diversity, enrollment figures

Last Friday’s Binghamton University Council meeting was scheduled to focus on admissions and athletics. A considerable portion of the meeting, though, centered on the concerns of Student Representative Adam Wilkes: faculty diversity...


Community

Republicans dominate Broome County elections

Election Day was good for Republicans in Broome County, as GOP candidates won 10 of 11 contested elections. In the city of Binghamton, Mayor Rich David secured a second term Tuesday, defeating...


News

Binghamton Mayor Rich David secures second term

Binghamton mayor Rich David secured a second term Tuesday, defeating Democratic challenger Tarik Abdelazim by nearly 18 percent of the vote. Votes for David totaled 5,134, while 3,572 were cast for Abdelazim,...


News

Sticky note with Swastika found in Digman Hall

A sticky note with a swastika drawn on it was found on a lounge window in Digman Hall of Dickinson Community yesterday, according to a B-Line news addition sent Tuesday night. This...


Campus News

Binghamton University professors submit brief to Supreme Court gerrymandering case

Research by a team of Binghamton University professors could be considered in a gerrymandering case currently being seen by Supreme Court. The case, Gill v. Whitford, deals with possible partisan gerrymandering ―...