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Anthropology department sees growth, increased transdisciplinary focus since founding in 1962

In 1961, a young professor named Michael Horowitz arrived at Binghamton University with a mission — to create an anthropology department. A year later, Horowitz managed to build a department out of...


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Human Rights Institute forms reading group to discuss recent research

Gathered at the Human Rights Institute (HRI), Binghamton University faculty members gathered for their monthly reading group meeting to discuss race in the history of international human rights and humanitarian law. The...


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Bearcats for Israel, Hillel at Binghamton host annual Aroma Cafe

On Monday, Old Union Hall was transformed into Aroma Cafe, a take on popular Israeli chain Aroma Espresso Bar, giving students a chance to experience Israeli culture at Binghamton University. Bearcats for...


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Q Center holds ceremony for Transgender Day of Remembrance

In the midst of dark skies and heavy snow, a group of students gathered under a white tent in front of the Pegasus Statue to sign a transgender flag as part of...


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Campuswide initiative aims to provide stress relief during finals

Every year, Binghamton University’s Dean of Students Office coordinates De-Stress December, a campuswide initiative aimed at providing stress-reducing activities for students as they prepare for exams and make their way through finals....


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Running low on revenue: Binghamton University struggles to cover employee raises

In a joint memo on Nov. 7 addressed to Binghamton University faculty and staff, University President Harvey Stenger and Donald Nieman, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, spoke out on...


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Department of art and design to temporarily suspend graphic design minor

Students hoping to minor in graphic design at Binghamton University might be temporarily out of luck. BU’s department of art and design is looking to suspend the graphic design minor as students...


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Roosevelt Institute hosts mental health fair

Students entering Old Union Hall in the University Union on Tuesday afternoon were met with efforts to raise mental health awareness during the Roosevelt Institute’s “B-Mindful Mental Health Fair.” The Roosevelt Institute,...


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Judge gives Michael Roque maximum sentence in Mountainview stabbing case

About six months after freshman Joao Souza was fatally stabbed in his dorm, former Binghamton University student Michael Roque was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison on a second-degree murder...


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Judge denies Roque's motion to withdraw guilty plea in Mountainview stabbing case

In a written decision following weeks of court appearances, Judge Kevin Dooley denied Michael Roque’s motion to withdraw his guilty plea. The document, obtained by Pipe Dream, states that Roque, 20, of...