Community

Student body gets taste of volunteer options

Those in attendance included SUNY Kids, Citizen Action of New York, the Broome County Department of Social Services, the Broome County Community Emergency Response Team and BU Acres Farm. ...


Science & Research

Mobile app lets Downtown residents tap into police records

Binghamton University students can now feel safer Downtown by simply checking their phones. The Broome County Sheriff’s department, in conjunction with Appriss, Inc., has released an app called MobilePatrol that lists inmates...


Speakers

Visiting professor parallels events in Israel to South African history

On Thursday evening, South African professor Fred Hendricks — a former anti-apartheid activist — gave a talk entitled “Israel, an Apartheid State?” Hendricks, a visiting professor from Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South...


Campus News

Bubble Soccer kicks off inaugural season

In this game, each player enters a plastic bubble which covers everything but his/her legs. Both teams start on opposite sides of the gym and run towards each other on the ref’s ...


Campus News

B-Line splits to becomes B-News, B-Calendar in change to daily emails

On Oct. 7, B-Line was divided into two separate entities, B-Line Calendar and B-Line News. ...


Campus News

Online database streamlines financial aid, fellowship search

S.O.A.R. is a searchable database which allows students to identify and review information on external scholarships, fellowships, summer opportunities, dissertation support, research support and post-graduation opportunities. ...


Speakers

Astronaut touches down at Binghamton University

Epps, originally from Syracuse, has a bachelor’s degree in physics from LeMoyne College and a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland. Prior to being selected ...


Speakers

New York City teacher describes experience at Binghamton University and beyond

Herman’s video conference was a part of the “Cool Connections, Hot Alumni” virtual speaker series for the 2014-15 academic year, a collaboration between the Alumni Association and the Fleishman Center for Career ...


Community

OCCT changes schedule to shorten wait times

While the new inbound-outbound structure will remain the same, according to Student Association President Alex Liu, West Side and DCR buses will be allocated five extra minutes to address the realities of ...


Science & Research

Johnson City pharmacy school set to open in 2018

According to Stenger, the school will be integrated into the University’s START-UP NY framework and will pursue solutions for global health problems while continuing to support local, regional and statewide economic growth. ...