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SUNY SA passes resolution encouraging use of body cameras on campuses

The Student Assembly of the State University of New York (SUNY SA) delegate body passed a resolution at this year’s spring conference, calling for university police officers to wear body cameras throughout...


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Pride and Joy Families closes Binghamton University office

The Binghamton University chapter of Pride and Joy Families, an organization dedicated to supporting LGBTQ families and helping members of the LGBTQ community achieve personal goals, is pledging to maintain an online...


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Bee pollinator boxes to be installed in Nature Preserve

During finals week, Binghamton University Bees is planning to take advantage of the warmer weather to install pollinator boxes throughout the Nature Preserve. The boxes, which will serve as shelter for a...


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Students for Justice in Palestine captures video of student tearing sign, flyers while tabling

A male student was captured on video harassing two members of Binghamton University’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) group as they tabled in the Glenn G. Bartle Library. The video, which...


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Passion to Action talk discusses investigations of political corruption

National news has recently been hit with updates on numerous ongoing investigations of government, including Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigations of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. On Thursday, Wendy Martinek,...


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Out of the Darkness Walk draws attendees affected by suicide

On Saturday morning, students, faculty and community members walked the perimeter of Binghamton University’s Brain, the main road that circles campus, for the Out of the Darkness Walk, a fundraiser for the...


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Fifth-annual Lyme Disease conference addresses increase in cases

On Saturday, Binghamton University’s fifth-annual Lyme Disease Conference was held in the Innovative Technologies Complex’s Center of Excellence Building. The event, hosted by Binghamton University’s Tick-borne Disease Research Center and Southern Tier...


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Binghamton University seeks reaccreditation to ensure financial aid, grants

Financial aid, grants and transfers: All are devices used by students and faculty which depend on accreditation, an eight-year process beginning this spring for Binghamton University. The Middle States Commission on Higher...


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Girls Who Code celebrates first graduating class

Highlighting the coding achievements of local high schoolers, Binghamton University’s Girls Who Code held its first graduation celebration on Saturday afternoon in the Smart Energy Building at the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC)....


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Holocaust Remembrance Day event confronts disappearing artifacts, survivors

Students and faculty gathered in a room in the Fine Arts Building on Thursday to remember the Holocaust and its victims. Binghamton University’s Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) sponsored...