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University plans to host hybrid 2021 Commencement

Binghamton University’s first non-virtual Commencement since the pandemic will enforce unprecedented rules. This year’s Commencement will be a hybrid event, offering both in-person Grad Walks at the BU Events Center and a...


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BU sociology department sponsors Anti-Racist Town Hall

In an effort to address the recent racist incidents that have occurred on campus, Binghamton University’s sociology department sponsored an antiracist town hall on April 18. The event, which saw over 300...


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Graduate Student Employee Union calls for resignation of Nicole Sirju-Johnson

The Graduate Student Employee Union (GSEU) is calling for the removal of Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) Director and Assistant Vice President for Diversity Nicole Sirju-Johnson following an alleged lack of repercussions after...


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Harpur College announces new 4+1 BA-MPH program

Binghamton University’s Harpur College of Arts and Sciences is now offering a new 4+1 program that will allow students to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree and Master’s of Public Health (MPH)...


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Harriet Tubman Center hosts talk on STEM in Black communities

After a year of hardship and uncertainty, Calvin Mackie spoke of the importance of never losing hope at his virtual talk hosted by Binghamton University’s Harriet Tubman Center for the Study of...


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Decker College to offer new minor in speech and hearing science

The Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences has officially announced that it will now be offering a new minor in speech and hearing science for all students at Binghamton University. The...


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Senior hosts fourth annual Pop-Up Thrift Shop

This year, College-in-the-Woods Dining Center will once again be converted into a secondhand store in order to raise funds for the Binghamton University Food Pantry and Nature Preserve. The Pop-Up Thrift Shop,...


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BU's policy on marijuana remains the same despite New York state legalization

Binghamton University is continuing to enforce its policies regarding marijuana use on campus, despite New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent signing of a bill that legalized the drug for recreational use...


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"The 3 Rs: The Road to Reparations and Reconciliation" virtual talk educates students to address reconciliation of racial issues

Mary Frances Berry, an international civil rights activist, and Hilary Robertson-Hickling, a scholar of the Caribbean diaspora, gave a virtual talk about reparations and reconciliation at Binghamton University via Zoom on Thursday....


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BU begins administering COVID-19 vaccine on campus

Binghamton University has begun to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to its students and plans to vaccinate all BU students before the end of the semester. On Monday, April 5, BU students received...