Campus News

SOM Dean of 21 years dies

Upinder Dhillon, 71, the recently retired dean of the Binghamton University School of Management (SOM), died on Saturday. A Dateline announcement stated Dhillon’s death followed an illness. The dean originally planned on...


Campus News

15th-annual ICK! Science Fair returns in person

Students at Binghamton University provided local kids with hands-on experience in different fields of science this past Saturday. The “I’m a Complex Kid!” (ICK!) science fair is an annual event, held by...


Community

BU proposal seeks $100 million grant

Binghamton University is a finalist to receive $100 million in funding for a battery production initiative. Part of the Build Back Better Act, the $100 million is part of a total of...


Campus News

2022-23 Presidential Diversity Research Grant awarded

Four assistant professors at Binghamton University were awarded the 2022-2023 Presidential Diversity Research Grant (PDRG) by the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). The PDRG consists of “grants of $5,000 to...


Community

Broome County enters "high level" of COVID-19 transmission

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has designated Broome County as having a high level of community risk for COVID-19 transmission. As of April 24, the seven-day COVID-19 positivity rate...


Student Association

"Financial Literacy Night" organized by SLA

The Student Association (SA) Congress’ Student Life and Academics Committee (SLA) hosted “Financial Literacy Night” on Friday to educate students on money and finances. The event featured a talk from a Binghamton...


Campus News

BU holds annual Earth Day festival and scavenger hunt

Binghamton University hosted its annual Earth Day Festival and Sustainability Scavenger Hunt to celebrate sustainability. On Friday, BU students gathered at the Spine to celebrate Earth Day. Many students represented sustainability-oriented clubs...


Campus News

George Floyd Scholarship for Social Change helps support Black students

Binghamton University has been joining colleges across the country in funding a scholarship to acknowledge racial marginalization, most recently rewarded in the 2021-2022 academic year. Since 2020, the George Floyd Scholarship for...


Campus News

SA committee calls for change in dining halls

Last week, the Student Association’s (SA) Dining Services and Campus Food Committee released a report which included both the results of their monthlong survey and new recommendations for Binghamton University Dining Services...


Community

Record-breaking snowfall causes widespread power outages

A record-breaking snowfall saw Binghamton University cancel in-person classes on Tuesday, with power outages also reported across Broome County. Beginning Monday night and continuing into early Tuesday morning, Broome County saw over...