Richard Jannaccio

rjannac1@binghamton.edu

11 Articles


Campus News

SA-chartered groups aim to stay connected despite coronavirus challenges

The Student Association (SA) Congress met online last week using Zoom to carry out its functions despite the obstacles created by the coronavirus pandemic, an adaptation that several Binghamton University student groups...


Community

Vestal residents raise concerns regarding housing complex proposal

Vestal residents filled both the meeting room and lobby of Vestal Town Hall on March 3 to oppose a proposed 161-unit student housing complex on the hilltop of Bunn Hill Road, a...


Campus News

Campus celebrates National Engineers Week

Students, faculty and alumni, along with professional engineers from Broome County and neighboring counties, gathered at the Holiday Inn in Downtown Binghamton on Tuesday for the annual Engineers Week Dinner, which was...


Campus News

Planned greenway along Vestal Parkway to connect campus to Downtown

Students traveling by foot, bicycle or skateboard may soon be able to travel between campus and Downtown Binghamton using a designated “greenway.” The planned $18.8 million greenway will run alongside eastbound traffic...


Science & Research

First-year Research Immersion holds sixth-annual poster session

More than 500 Binghamton University students, working on roughly 100 different scientific research projects, participated in the sixth-annual First-Year Research Immersion (FRI) poster session held Thursday afternoon at the Innovative Technologies Complex...


Campus News

Bingtrepreneur Club aims to utilize local incubator

The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator offers resources for aspiring entrepreneurial students in Downtown Binghamton. But one Binghamton University student thinks it is an underutilized resource, and is working to fix that. Andre...


Campus News

More than 400 celebrate Diwali on campus

Diwali 2K19, the 12th-annual Festival of Lights event sponsored by the Indian Graduate Students Organization (IGSO), lit up the University Union’s Mandela Room on Sunday afternoon and evening with more than two...


Off-Campus News

Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, Binghamton native speaks at BU forum

Binghamton native Ed Stack was back in town this week to promote his new book and give a keynote speech at the Holiday Inn in Downtown Binghamton, continuing his advocacy for the...


Off-Campus News

City scraps Binghamton zoning overhaul

The Binghamton City Council voted to go back to the drawing board on Wednesday night instead of continuing with a proposed zoning plan that would have heavily impacted off-campus student housing in...


Community

As Broome County sees decrease in overdose deaths since March, activists and officials continue prevention efforts

Deaths attributed to opioid drug overdoses in Broome County totaled nine for this year’s third quarter, according to statistics released by Broome County District Attorney Stephen Cornwell. The statistics bring this year’s...