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Facebook page shares stories of Binghamton University students, faculty, staff

The page officially launched on Feb. 15. It was inspired by the Humans of New York (HONY) blog, which features stories and photos of — well, humans — around New York City. ...


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Binghamton University fashion show turns trash trendy

New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) and the Poverty Awareness Coalition (PAC) held a Trashion Show, in which teams of students displayed their designs made out of recycled materials. ...


Community

Budget Teach-In tackles taxes

The “Budget Teach-In,” held on Wednesday, was sponsored by groups including Citizen Action of New York, Alliance for Quality Education (AQE) and New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness (NYFF). The event served to ...


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BU alumnus to compete in 'Crashed Ice' competiton

One Binghamton University alumnus is cutting through traditional winter sports for the “Red Bull Crashed Ice” competition. John Roufaiel, a 2005 alumnus who double-majored in Middle Eastern studies and Arabic, found out...


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Laura Bronstein named dean of College of Community and Public Affairs

Following a four-month search, interim dean Laura Bronstein was selected out of 80 candidates to lead the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA). ...


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Latin American Student Union discusses criminalization of blacks and latinos in public schools

Thursday evening, students gathered to discuss the impact that discrimination in the public school system has had on their lives. ...


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University survey to pinpoint parking problems

In an attempt to gauge student opinion toward parking around campus, the Parking Services Advisory Committee has hired a transportation consulting firm to conduct a survey, recently emailed to the student body. ...


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Protests in Ukraine spark debate on campus

As the anti-government protests in Ukraine persist, Binghamton University’s Dorm Room Diplomacy (DRD) gathered for a roundtable discussion on the politics, international affairs and violence surrounding the protests. ...


Community

David Bosnick, philosophy professor, passes away

David Bosnick, philosophy professor at Binghamton University and middle school English teacher for over a decade, died Jan. 30 due to complications while he was working out at the gym ...


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Student website unites aspiring actors, filmmakers

Jared Biunno and Tyler Downey, two juniors majoring in cinema and theatre, respectively, spent the better part of the fall semester collaborating on an idea they shared: to bring together students in ...