Campus News

SUNY grants John Tagg Distinguished Professor Award

John Tagg, a professor of art history, was one of nine SUNY faculty members granted the Distinguished Professor Award. ...


Community

E-Waste Drive collects Binghamton University students' electronics

Rather than throw away costly electronics, students returning from Thanksgiving break can recycle their electronic devices during Binghamton University’s First Annual Student E-Waste Collection Drive. ...


Greek Life

Delta Epsilon Psi hosts dodgeball tournament for charity

The fraternity members of Delta Epsilon Psi hosted a dodgeball tournament, raising $1,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). ...


Campus News

Caribbean Student Association hosts carnival

There was no end to the festivities during the Caribbean Student Association’s (CSA) carnival The E.N.D: Energy Never Dies. ...


Community

Runners strip off clothing during charity 5K

Binghamton community members removed their clothes on Saturday morning, and it wasn’t because of a wild night of partying. ...


Science & Research

Hydrofracking may not create jobs in United States

Amid ongoing debate regarding the economic benefits gas drilling could bring to New York state, Jannette M. Barth, Ph.D., delved into the often exaggerated realities of a potentially destructive industry. ...


Campus News

Binghamton University students debate way to smoke marijuana

Debaters from Rhetoric 354: Argumentative Theory argued for joints, blunts, pipes, bongs and vaporizers in front of a lecture hall packed with over 100 students. ...


Campus News

Binghamton University students celebrate Italian language, culture

Binghamton University students taking Italian classes spent Thursday night enjoying the country’s culture, food and performances. ...


Campus News

Students put knowlege of Binghamton University to the test

Binghamton University students were challenged to show how much they know about their school on Tuesday at Dean of Students April Thompson’s BU trivia event. The event was created by Dean’s Team...


Speakers

Digital poetry fuses art and literature

As part of the Harpur College Dean’s Workshop in Visual Culture series, or VizCult, Jeroen Gerrits, an assistant professor in the comparative literature department, discussed digital literature with a group of professors ...