Campus News

950 attend postponed Job and Internship Fair

After a lengthy delay, and with graduation less than two months away, the opportunities may have come too late for students during the Career Development Center’s (CDC) annual Spring Job and Internship ...


Community

Website lets Binghamton University students ask questions, receive local secrets

On HoodHoot, users can pose questions pertaining to the University or the Binghamton area, like the best places to eat or study off campus, and receive answers from other users. Besides asking ...


Campus News

Binghamton University's Baxter the Bearcat reaches fourth round of Mascot Madness

For the second year, the SUNY system has organized a mascot competition known as Mascot Madness, where mascots from 44 public New York colleges compete to crown the most popular mascot. ...


Campus News

Binghamton University student aims to teach evolutuion through children's book

“Great Adaptations” is a collection of 10 short stories, produced and organized by Robert Kadar, a graduate student at BU studying anthropology, and written by Tiffany Taylor, a postdoctoral research fellow at ...


Community

Student organizations sell CommuniKeys for fundraising competition

From March 23 to April 6, student organizations that sign up with CommuniKey will be asked to sell membership cards, or CommuniKeys. Each card costs $10 and offers yearlong access to discounts ...


Speakers

TEDx directors encourage students to 'Stray the Course'

This year’s conference will include talks from Ben “Unidan” Eisenkop, Hannah Fry, Jeff Garzik, Anna Holmes, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Gabriel Sayegh and Sebastian Walker, with a performance from the Binghamton Crosbys. ...


Community

Binghamton University graduate students party for charity

Students, teachers and community members gathered together Friday night for “Party with a Purpose” in Downtown Binghamton. ...


Community

Governor Cuomo visits Binghamton University, discusses emergency preparedness

Gov. Andrew Cuomo visited Binghamton University Saturday to spread his message of “prepare, respond and recover.” The event was part of a series of Citizen Preparedness Corps Training Programs organized by the governor’s ...


Campus News

Students bring a taste of New York City to Binghamton University

After seeing the success of chicken over rice dishes in New York City, Sung Kim, a senior majoring in management, came up with a plan to bring the dish, which he named ...


Campus News

Research tutoring opportunities offered at College-in-the-Woods library

Starting this semester, Binghamton University students can make appointments with research librarians through the online University Tutoring system, known as TutorTrac, and meet with them in the College-in-the-Woods Library. ...