Greek Life

Binghamton University gets trashy

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi hosted Binghamton University’s first “Trashin’ Show,” where teams dressed up models in outfits made out of reused garbage. ...


Campus News

WE SPEAK BU play raises HIV awareness

Women Empowered Support, Protect, Educate, Advocate and Know at Binghamton University (WE SPEAK BU) hosted their third annual “HIV Positive Monologues” in order to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS and different methods of ...


Speakers

Cuban professor discusses origins of slave trade

Jorge Felipe González, from the Fundación Fernando Ortiz in Havana and a current fellow at Harvard University, described the participation of the United States in the Cuban slave trade on Thursday evening. ...


Campus News

Gallery showcases Binghamton University photography

The tables were moved and the stage was set: Appalachian Dining Hall had to be picture perfect for the third annual Binghamton Photography Contest. ...


Campus News

Binghamton University bookstore getting a facelift

The Binghamton University Bookstore is in the middle of a renovation process that is set to be completed by Jan. 15. ...


Community

Chabad celebrates traditional Jewish wedding, sans marriage

“My Big Fat Jewish (mock) Wedding,” held by Chabad at Binghamton University every three or four years, introduced students to traditional Jewish culture. ...


Campus News

Pipe Dream faces backlash

A crowd of over 50 students and faculty filled the hallway outside Pipe Dream’s office Monday evening in reaction to an opinion piece published in Friday’s paper. ...


Campus News

Student Congress legislation accommodates ROTC cadets missing class for training

On Monday, the Student Congress unanimously passed legislation in favor of academic accommodation for Binghamton University Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) students. Students in the ROTC program at Binghamton University are...


Community

KnitWits donate baby booties to Johnson City hospital

In collaboration with March of Dimes, KnitWits taught students to combine craft with charity, knitting booties for premature babies at UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City. ...


Community

Dillingers signs anti-discrimination pledge

Following allegations of racism, the owners of Dillingers Celtic Pub & Eatery have signed an anti-discrimination pledge. ...