On-Campus Events

President's new pup Brewster becomes a Bearcat

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger just added a new furry friend to his family: Brewster, a 14-week-old golden retriever puppy. If the temperaments of Stenger’s past family dogs are any indication of...


Off-Campus Events

Avoid the early-semester slog with these community jogs

Even as the fall semester begins winding up, summer is still in full swing. Despite the beautiful weather, many students opt to shut in and either focus on studies or binge Netflix...


Food

Spice up your school week with these delicious deals

If you’re a new student at Binghamton University, your local culinary experience might be limited to the Nirchi’s slices you’ve been snagging at general interest meetings (GIMs). However, if you’re ready to...


Administration

BU forms new partnership with Kenyatta University

Students and faculty at Binghamton University will soon have the opportunity to travel to Kenyatta University (KU), located in Nairobi, Kenya, as a result of a new research and educational partnership between...


Lifestyles

These local museums can remind NYC transplants of home

Students who grew up with access to New York City might find themselves missing the area’s cultural institutions — including several world-famous museums — upon moving upstate. Luckily, while Binghamton may be...


Books

Professor and author discusses new novel

In “Copperhead,” author Alexi Zentner, the son of two staunch progressive activists, sets out to ask, “What would my life have been like if I’d been raised with a different lodestar?” Zentner,...


Movies

Documentary discusses blueprint for Downtown Binghamton restoration

A locally produced documentary released this summer explores one upstate New York town’s path to developing a bustling downtown area, providing a blueprint for how Binghamton might follow suit. “Main Street Rising,”...


Music

A map to make the best of Porchfest

This Sunday, the fifth-annual Binghamton Porchfest will take over the West Side. Porchfest runs from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. and will feature a wide variety of musical artists performing on residential...


Music

'We exist in memories': Students, community remember Cyber Cafe West after closure

After hosting roughly 5,000 musical events over 22 years of operation, Cyber Cafe West closed its doors on June 28 — but it leaves behind a long legacy as a Binghamton mainstay...


Theater

Students, alumni to produce 'activism theatre' in New York City

Since January, Cindy Dias and Charlie Chauca have been planning a play — and on Friday, the student-produced show, “Paper Towels,” is set to open at New York City’s International Arts Relations,...