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CCRB releases first report

In response to the summer 2020 surge in Black Lives Matter protests, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger created the Campus Citizen Review Board (CCRB) to evaluate allegations of misconduct against the Binghamton’s...


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Mandela Room, Old Union Hall closed to accomodate COVID-19 testing

As students and faculty return to campus for in-person classes and activities this semester, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger announced that the Mandela Room and Old Union Hall will be closed for...


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BU climbs to 33rd in U.S. News & World Report public university rankings

A recent jump in an annual college ranking list presents a promising future for Binghamton University. U.S. News & World Report released its 2022 best colleges rankings, where 1,466 institutions were compared...


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BU rescinds mandatory bi-weekly COVID-support shifts for staff

Binghamton University has rescinded a controversial initiative that would require staff to sign up for biweekly COVID-19 support shifts. On Sept. 13, BU President Harvey Stenger announced in a Dateline Addition that...


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Bartle Library renovations to begin next month

Binghamton University is renovating the third floor of Glenn G. Bartle Library to include a Digital Scholarship Center, a recording studio and an updated study space with more electric outlets. Library construction...


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OCCT could suspend Late Nite route due to mistreatment of staff

Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) says it reserves the right to suspend OCCT Late Nite services if students continue to mistreat their employees and property. OCCT Late Nite services run buses to...


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COVID testing now offered to all students, regardless of symptoms

Any community member of Binghamton University who has been vaccinated and is asymptomatic can now schedule an appointment for COVID-19 testing. The news was announced via Dateline on Sept. 7. According to...


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BU and surrounding area experience power outage

At around 9 p.m. on Aug. 29, Binghamton University was plunged into darkness as a blackout took down most of the lights on campus. According to WBNG.com, the New York State Electric...


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BU education abroad fair returns to in-person operation

Binghamton University showcased more than 50 study abroad programs in person last week at the Education Abroad Fair in Old Champlain Hall. The semiannual fair, hosted by the Office of International Education...


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Students and community members host Free Palestine rally

On Sunday, May 22, Binghamton University students and faculty alongside Binghamton locals participated in a Free Palestine Rally on campus. The rally began outside of Academic Building A, where organizers explained the...