Campus News

Veterans Day ceremony commemorates service members

On a breezy Monday afternoon, the American flag waved full mass as Binghamton University students, faculty and veterans gathered in front of the Couper Administration Building to commemorate past and current U.S....


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Newing College clustered bathrooms to become gender-inclusive

Gender-specific “clustered” bathrooms will soon be relics of the past for Newing College as Binghamton University prepares to create gender-inclusive bathrooms for residents in the 2020-21 academic year. On Nov. 7, an...


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Hinman College renovations to block pathways around living community

As construction in Hinman College continues, new fencing around Hinman Dining Hall will block walking paths for commuter students parked in Parking Lot M and those who live in Susquehanna Community and...


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Student activists protest tabling event promoting gun rights, criticize UPD for response

Approximately 200 students congregated on the Spine on Thursday afternoon to protest after Binghamton University College Republicans and Turning Point USA (TPUSA), an organization that is not chartered by the SA, tabled...


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TEDxBinghamtonUniversity Salon highlights historical examples of class, racial injustice

Two Binghamton University professors spoke at BU’s second-ever TEDxBinghamtonUniversity Salon about historical class and racial injustices in their respective fields. The TEDxBinghamtonUniversity Salon event, “Historically Speaking,” took place Tuesday night in the...


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TEDxBinghamtonUniversity seeks student speaker applications

Every year, Binghamton University invites individuals from various professions to speak at an annual TEDx event — along with a carefully selected student speaker with something new to share with the rest...


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Deer population continues to pose threat to BU's nature, drivers

Besides the slippery conditions and winter weather, there is another pressing challenge that drivers in Binghamton have to face — the growing deer population. This is especially true during the first few...


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Crash courses aim to help Harpur students explore new fields

One- to three-day workshops offered by Binghamton University are aiming to help Harpur College students explore fields outside of their liberal arts curricula. The workshops, called Harpur Crash Courses, last for three...


Student Association

SA passes resolution for extra holiday time

In a few weeks, Binghamton University students are scheduled to head home the day before Thanksgiving. Next semester, students are set to return to classes the day after Easter. But for some,...


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Matthew Zachary, '96, returns to campus to share cancer survival story

In 1995, Matthew Zachary, ’96, was diagnosed with pediatric brain cancer. It was the fall semester of his senior year at Binghamton Unviersity, and he first noticed symptoms on campus when his...


Student Association

SA Congress to vote on resolution calling for termination of BU engineering professor

The Student Association (SA) called for the termination of Victor Skormin, a distinguished service professor of electrical and computer engineering, at their Congress meeting on Tuesday night. Although SA Congress will not...


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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...


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Health Promotion and Prevention Services prepares to fight campus tobacco use during November

November is designated as Tobacco Awareness Month and will kick off BU’s Health Promotion and Prevention Services’ (HPPS) new tobacco-free campaign. HPPS created the campaign to help raise awareness about Binghamton University’s...