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Documentary screening sheds light on Rohingya crisis

More than 600,000 members of the Rohingya ethnic group have fled their native Myanmar for neighboring Bangladesh since the end of August. In response to the growing humanitarian crisis, administrators of the...


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New academic programs expand master's degree, minor offerings

This semester, the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) and the new Master of Public Health (MPH) program are bringing new research and degree opportunities to students at Binghamton University....


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Lecture series examines gender, race in education

To address challenges faced by black men and boys in education, Binghamton University is streaming “Black Minds Matter,” an eight-week video lecture series taught by professors at San Diego State University (SDSU)....


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Conference explores justifications for violent, nonviolent resistance

In the wake of political resistance movements in the United States and around the world, graduate students in Binghamton University’s philosophy department are examining what issues cause and justify violent and nonviolent...


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On campus food pantry combats student food insecurity

In the 1990s, it was just a drawer in the Binghamton University Financial Aid Services office where students could grab a few packets of ramen. Now, the Bear Necessities Food Pantry is...


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Second annual summit emphasizes student health

Walk in almost any building on campus, and there they are ― those little green signs. Located next to water fountains and near the doorways, encouraging students to “B-Healthy.” The signs are...


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Students pose questions at constitutional convention debate

Gerrymandering, union protections, environmental issues and reproductive rights are all addressed in New York’s state constitution. On Nov. 7, state residents will determine if that constitution will be open to amendment in...


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LGBTQ discussion group fosters community on campus

Every Tuesday night, LGBTQ students and allies gather to discuss social issues, current events and celebrity news while enjoying tea and snacks. The meetings, hosted by the Q Center, are known as...


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Whoosh! app provides alternative meter payment on campus

Commuters and campus residents alike often complain about the difficulty of finding convenient parking on campus. But Binghamton University’s Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) has been working to make life a little...


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Stop the Bleed' campaign unveiled with Harpur's Ferry collaboration

Harpur’s Ferry, the student-operated volunteer ambulance service, has been a prominent part of the Binghamton University campus since it was established in the 1970s. On Monday, the organization announced an initiative to...