Campus News

Students speak out against FitSpace dress code

In light of the East Gym FitSpace beginning to enforce its dress code, many students on campus have decided to speak out against it. Binghamton University’s FitSpace has had a dress code...


Community

City condemns fraternity for code violations

Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham announced the condemnation of the first floor of the Binghamton University Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house last week. Located at 93 Front St., the house’s first floor was...


Campus News

Memorial held for Upinder Dhillon

Binghamton University is continuing to grieve the loss of Upinder Dhillon, the recently retired dean of the School of Management (SOM). On Thursday, BU held a memorial service in honor of Dhillon....


Campus News

BU holds town hall for proposed new school of the arts

In a town hall meeting on Sept. 7, details of Binghamton University’s newly proposed School of the Arts were discussed. The meeting was hosted by Celia Klin, dean of Harpur College, at...


Community

OCCT and BC Transit lift mask mandate

Off Campus College Transport’s (OCCT) mask mandate is officially in the rearview. On Wednesday, Sept. 7, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul announced the end of the statewide mask mandate for all...


Campus News

SUNY and CUNY schools receive $4 million grant for minority students studying mental health

The future of mental health studies could be changing in New York state. On Aug. 25, 2022, New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that $4 million will be granted to all...


Campus News

Education abroad opportunities reopen as COVID-19 restrictions ease

For the first time since January 2020, Binghamton University held its annual Education Abroad Fair in-person at the Old Champlain Atrium. Study abroad programs provide students with opportunities to experience different cultures,...


Campus News

Junior named to Major League Hacking's top 50

Binghamton University student Gabby Banaag was recently named as one of Major League Hacking’s (MLH) top 50 hackers of 2022. According to its website, MLH is the “official student hackathon league,” and...


Campus News

BU's project awarded $113.7 million Build Back Better grant

The Binghamton University New Energy New York (NENY) project was awarded $63.7 million from the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) on Friday. After being named a finalist for the grant in December,...


Community

Behind "equalityalley"

A homeless ex-nursing student has taken to TikTok to voice serious allegations against Binghamton University and United Health Services (UHS) Hospitals. Oliver Horne first joined Decker College of Nursing and Public Health’s...