Tyler Rizzo


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Campus News

Psychology lecturer creates online mental health program for children of divorce

To aid children of divorce, a lecturer in the psychology department at Binghamton University has constructed a digital mental health program. As a child of divorce himself, Professor Jesse Boring knows firsthand...

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Zero Hour, NeST, Fleishman Center host Environment and Sustainability Careers Fair

Zero Hour Binghamton and the Network for a Sustainable Tomorrow (NeST), two environmental justice organizations, held a career fair on Monday in collaboration with the Fleishman Career Center, for students looking for...

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Division of DEI appoints intercultural affairs director

The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) has welcomed Leonel Diaz as its new director of intercultural affairs. Diaz’s interest in Binghamton University began when he attended the Men of Color...


Harpur's Ferry, in its 51st year, provides hands-on medical education and free emergency medical care

Entering its 51st year, Harpur’s Ferry, Binghamton University’s student-run volunteer ambulance service, continues its work providing essential medical care to the greater campus community, while offering hands-on education for students interested in...

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VPSS hosts 'Student Success Town Hall'

On Tuesday, the Student Association’s (SA) vice president for student success (VPSS) organized a town hall meeting for Binghamton University students to voice their concerns and connect with members of the SA....


CHOW works to provide emergency food assistance to community

As Thanksgiving approaches, the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW) continues its work providing emergency food for those in need in Broome County. A network of food pantries operating as a service from...

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PULSE hosts 13th-annual Breast Cancer Festival

On Saturday, Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) hosted their 13th annual Breast Cancer Festival. The festival capped off a week dedicated to breast cancer awareness, which included events like Chalk...

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BAP terminated

In January, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger announced the expansion of the Binghamton Advantage Program (BAP), a collaborative admissions program with SUNY Broome Community College (BCC). The University recently announced the termination...

Housing Issue 2023

Residential Life houses overflow students in super occupancy housing

Over 150 Binghamton University freshmen started the fall semester living in super occupancy housing (SOH) due to a lack of available living space for newly admitted students. According to Residential Life, SOH...