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Food Co-op temporarily closes following sanitary violations

After 43 years of providing students with food options aside from Sodexo vendors, the Student Association (SA) forced the Food Co-op to temporarily close its doors on Monday, April 9 due to...


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Discussion highlights economic burden of "pink tax"

Women’s products cost more than those of men 42 percent of the time, with women paying about $1,351 more a year in extra costs, according to statistics read at the Juvenile Urban...


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Students voice free speech concerns at University forum

Students spoke out against the Binghamton University administration during an open forum on freedom of speech Wednesday afternoon, criticizing the administration’s lack of response to recent controversies. The forum, titled “Campus Speech:...


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"Disability is Diversity" fair highlights accessibility issues on campus

In an effort to raise awareness about different accessibility issues on campus, members of various student groups and Residential Life teamed up for “Disability is Diversity.” The fair, held on Wednesday in...


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University seeks new chief of police

After working in Binghamton’s New York State University Police Department (UPD) for over 35 years, Chief Timothy Faughnan will be moving into an administrative role at Binghamton University, and a new chief...


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BU graduate programs see rise in rankings, applications

Every year, different publications rank colleges and universities throughout the country. In the 2019 U.S. News and World Report rankings for graduate schools, eight of Binghamton University’s graduate programs ranked in the...


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Binghamton University commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. 50 years after his death

Binghamton University’s clock tower bell rang at 7:05 p.m. this past Wednesday, joining college campuses and places of worship across the globe in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr., a prominent civil...


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University to hire new director of Residential Life

The Office of Residential Life will be getting a new director by next semester, and students are seeking improvements in housing policies with the changeover. Suzanne Howell was made Binghamton University’s associate...


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Demonstration held after student threatened with arrest in UDC

A group of students gathered in the Marketplace on Thursday to speak with members of the Binghamton University community about free speech and racism. The event served as a response to yesterday’s...


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Student could be arrested after hanging posters criticizing BU administration, police say

A group of students who posted controversial flyers in the Binghamton University Downtown Center on Wednesday morning say Binghamton’s New York State University Police (UPD) threatened to arrest a member of their...