Campus News

Binghamton University faculty clash in cook-off challenge

Faculty from across campus served up their very best Wednesday night in an amateur cooking competition between departments at Binghamton University. ...


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Student Association hosts Town Hall Forum

Wednesday’s Student Association Town Hall Forum gave student groups the opportunity to air their concerns with Executive Board members regarding SA legislation and procedures. ...


Science & Research

Watson doctoral student wins New Faces of Engineering Award

Doctoral student in the Watson School of Engineering and research assistant at Mayo Clinic, Tarun Mohan Lal recently received the New Faces of Engineering Award. DiscoverE’s New Faces of Engineering Awards aims...


Campus News

Student Congress debates censures

Monday’s Student Congress meeting saw proposed legislation to censure two members of the Student Association Executive Board. Neither Derrick Conyers, the vice president for academic affairs, nor Ravi Prakriya, the vice president ...


Community

Binghamton Small Business Development Center helps 764 local clients

The Binghamton University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) aims to expand the student appeal of local enterprises. ...


Campus News

Student Association hears concerns from student leaders

The Student Association held a roundtable Sunday to bring together student group E-Boards to discuss leadership, coordination and financing groups. ...


Campus News

Palestine advocates go door-to-door

This week marked a new observance for Binghamton University. Israeli Apartheid Week, a national campaign to “raise awareness about Israel’s apartheid policies toward the Palestinians,” was commemorated by Students for Justice in ...


Campus News

BU campus observes National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

More than 30 million people suffer from eating disorders in the United States alone, according to Jessica Surdey, a professor in the health and wellness department. ...


Campus News

Women celebrate femininity with 'The Vagina Monologues'

The Dickinson Community Players’ annual “The Vagina Monologues” featured women embracing themselves and each other, working to address and help combat issues many women deal with. ...


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Dartmouth curator talks biennial festival Dak'Art

On Wednesday evening, Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi, the curator of African Art at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College spoke about Dak’Art, a biennial festival of contemporary African art that showcases ...