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BU Libraries in process of collecting artifacts from local Women's March

More than 2,000 people participated in the Women’s March on Binghamton in January, alongside over 600 sister marches happening around the world. Now, Binghamton University Libraries is creating a collection of artifacts...


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Speaker looks at monetary effects of sexual assault

On Friday afternoon, Elizabeth Karns, a senior lecturer in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, spoke about an aspect of sexual assault that often goes unnoticed by explaining...


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Panelists encourage students to use the press for activism

Since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the media has faced major criticism, prompting journalists and readers alike to voice their concerns. On Wednesday, in the Old University Union, a panel discussed writing as...


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BU adds masters program in applied liberal arts

Last week, Binghamton University approved a new master of arts in applied liberal studies (MAALS) graduate program, which will provide students with the knowledge to apply degrees in the liberal arts to...


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Team from BU takes first place in supply chain competition

For the second year in a row, a team of Binghamton University students won the American Production and Inventory Control Society Supply Chain Competition, held in Albany. The team will be traveling...


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Elizabeth Chilton appointed dean of Harpur

After reviewing dozens of resumes and interviewing many candidates, the Binghamton University Harpur College of Arts and Sciences dean search committee has selected Elizabeth Chilton as the new dean of Harpur College....


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Chick-N-Bap lamb over rice contained no lamb, only beef

According to founder Sung Kim, ‘14, Chick-N-Bap is the most popular spot for students in Binghamton University’s Marketplace. But since the end of last semester, customers who purchased lamb over rice may...


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University to build welcome center at campus entrance

In a recent speech, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger announced that the University would be building a new welcome center within the next couple of years in order to create a more...


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BU administrator to become president of Catholic Schools of Broome County

Elizabeth Carter has been a devoted member of the Binghamton University community for more than 40 years. Now, the assistant vice president for student development will end her time at BU to...


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BU Graduate School of Education to merge with College of Community and Public Affairs

In an effort to increase student enrollment and program efficiency, Binghamton University’s Graduate School of Education (GSE) will be merging with the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA). The school will...