Campus News

Performers try not to get 'womped' at Apollo Night

Binghamton University got a taste of Harlem Thursday night as the Charles Drew Minority Pre-Health Society and Binghamton University Gospel Choir hosted the second annual Apollo Night. ...


Speakers

United Nations representative talks spy tales

After avoiding wiretaps and spies in Syria, Pakistan and Nigeria, Ambassador Joseph Melrose let students listen in on his experiences as at the United Nations and U.S. Foreign Service. ...


Community

Binghamton University students play minor role in New York State elections

While Election Day shook up the political spectrum in Binghamton and New York, a low student turnout at the Binghamton University polls meant little input from on-campus BU students. ...


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SUNY-wide competition calls for original compositions

This year marks the launch of the SUNY System Administration Office of New Media’s very first music competition, SUNY Music Madness. ...


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SUNY program offers cost-free digital textbooks

In an effort to combat the rising costs of higher education, SUNY Open Textbooks, a new program to provide textbooks online for free, will be made available in early 2014. The SUNY...


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Binghamton University students launch bike share

Though the training wheels are still on, the Binghamton University bike share program has officially hit the road. Students can now register, either on Facebook or at the information desk in the ...


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Binghamton University student turns local landlord

For some college students, hopes of starting up their own businesses lie in the distant future. For Nate Weinberg, it’s an extracurricular activity. ...


Community

New York to vote on constitutional amendments

Though most Binghamton University students aren’t eligible to vote for the next Binghamton mayor, all of New York’s voters have some important decisions on today’s ballot — including the possibility of allowing ...


Speakers

Professor connects allele with different flower colors

Jay Sobel, an evolutionary geneticist who joined Binghamton University’s biological sciences department this year, was this week’s speaker for Biology 451: Current Topics in EvoS. “I am fascinated by why there are...


Community

Susan Peters remembered for inspiring students

Susan Peters, 74, former musical director and professor in Binghamton University’s theatre department, died Oct. 18 in her Vestal home. ...