Tresa Karnati

tkarnat1@binghamton.edu

31 Articles


Campus News

Community, campus activists organize Valentine's Day rally for Palestinian liberation, drawing counterprotest

On Valentine’s Day, over 200 community and campus activists came together for a “Free My Palestine” rally on Binghamton University’s Peace Quad. The event was organized by the Binghamton Solidarity Committee, an...


Community

State Sen. Webb, Assemblywoman Reyes secure funding for BIPOC task force

State leaders held a press conference Jan. 31 on the Million Dollar Staircase in Albany to celebrate the signing of the BIPOC Task Force bill. Signed by Gov. Kathy Hochul in December,...


Campus News

University provost awards nearly $100,000 for faculty research

The 2024-25 Provost’s Award for Research Grants in Justice, Human Rights and Equity, presented to winners in December, provided nearly $100,000 for faculty research. This grant was created to fund research related...


On-Campus Events

JUMP Nation hosts first Jump 'N Out event

The Juvenile Urban Multicultural Program (JUMP Nation) held its first ever Jump ’N Out event last Sunday in Old Union Hall. Inspired by the sketch comedy and rap battle improv show, “Wild...


Campus News

MBA programs earn STEM designation

The School of Management’s (SOM) master of business administration program recently earned a STEM designation from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). MBA students are currently required to take a minimum of...


Campus News

MRC hosts 'Culture Chat' recognizing Native American Heritage Month

On Thursday, the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) hosted a “Culture Chat” in recognition of Native American Heritage Month. The event was held in the MRC Lounge in Library South from 6 p.m...


Community

Hundreds rally in Downtown Binghamton for cease-fire in Gaza, end to U.S. military aid for Israel

On Nov. 4, coinciding with the “National March on Washington: Free Palestine,” students, activists and community members assembled at Binghamton’s Martin Luther King Promenade for an “All Out for Palestine” rally. Organized...


Campus News

VPSS hosts multicultural voting fair

The Vice President for Student Success and the Student Association collaborated with a diverse array of organizations to host a Multicultural Voting Fair. The fair, held Wednesday from 1 p.m to 3...


SUNY News

Chancellor King unveils $1 million plan to address food insecurity on SUNY campuses

SUNY Chancellor John King recently announced a $1 million plan to fight food insecurity on SUNY campuses that may benefit Binghamton University students. The money funding the initiative — taken out of...


Community

Broome County Suicide Prevention Coalition holds National Suicide Prevention Month programming

The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Broome County is organizing a series of events throughout September to educate residents about available resources for those experiencing suicidal ideation. For September — National Suicide Prevention...