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. ...


Community

BingoEats delivers restaurant food to Binghamton University Campus

The struggle between being hungry and not wanting to leave the comfort of a dorm room has been resolved. BingoEats is a restaurant delivery service that runs seven days a week from...


Campus News

Susan Strehle named new graduate dean

After serving as vice provost and dean of the graduate school from 1993 to 2000, Susan Strehle has been appointed as dean of Binghamton University’s Graduate School. ...


Campus News

Blackboard to receive upgrade, updated features

Binghamton University’s academic management system is being taken back to the drawing board. ...


Campus News

Guest speaker facilitates talk on mental illness

John Trompeter, from the Family and Children’s Society of Binghamton, spoke about the stigma associated with mental illness and said he aimed to clear misconceptions about them. ...


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. ...