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Female students and professionals network, discuss experiences at annual luncheon

In an effort to help undergraduate women advance in traditionally male-dominated fields, WE SPEAK BU (Women Empowered Support, Protect, Educate, Advocate and Know at Binghamton University) hosted its annual “Shattering the Glass...


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Students protest the silencing of LGBTQ voices, discrimination

Students dressed in all black remained silent on Friday afternoon as they lined the walls and held signs in an attempt to bring attention to the violence, harassment and discrimination that the...


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Jazzman's Cafe employees say supervisor, barista were suspended after sexual harassment allegations

Two Jazzman’s Library Tower Cafe employees, Jimmy Alvarez and William Gonzalez, were suspended on April 16 after numerous sexual harassment allegations were made against them, according to four people who work at...


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Edwin Black presents on IBM's involvement in the Holocaust

Edwin Black, author of “IBM and the Holocaust,” spoke in Lecture Hall 10 on Monday evening about the connection between the Nazi regime and Thomas J. Watson, the founder of IBM and...


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Stenger announces new alert system, more cameras at Student Association Congress meeting

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger announced BU will be implementing a new campus alert system in a Student Association Congress meeting on Monday evening, . According to Ryan Yarosh, BU’s director of...


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Students protest University's inaction against racism on campus

In the drizzling rain, nearly 40 students gathered around the Pegasus Statue outside of Glenn G. Bartle Library to participate in a walkout against racism on Wednesday afternoon. Students silently marched across...


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Binghamton University completes Healthy Campus Initiative

Signs encouraging students to “B-Healthy” can be found at almost every corner of campus. From advertising the number of steps from Smith Hall of Hinman College to the Marketplace in the University...


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"Heroes to Heroes" discusses finding spirituality in Israel

In 2006, Luke Gaffney did not lose any men in his platoon while serving in Iraq as a captain in the Marines. But after returning to the United States, five of them...


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Students gather at vigil to mourn, honor Joao Souza

Candlelight flickered over the faces of hundreds of students as they honored the life of Binghamton University student Joao Souza on Monday night. The students, holding red roses and gold and black...


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Binghamton University hosts first Pathways conference

Roughly 50 students and faculty explored the theme of individuality at Binghamton University’s first Pathways conference on Sunday. Held in the Anderson Center, Pathways, an open-access interdisciplinary conference, featured talks from six...