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College Republicans host panel to explore criticisms of socialism

Arguments against socialism were presented to students and community members alike during a political discussion hosted by Binghamton University College Republicans on Monday night. The event was held in Lecture Hall 9...


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Campus recognized for environmental sustainability

For nearly 50 years, Binghamton University has been active in the areas of environmental and sustainability research. Now, BU is tied in first place nationwide for Sustainability Research, and these efforts are...


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Louisa Holmes discusses societal lack of health education at lunch talk

On Thursday, approximately 30 members of the Sustainable Communities Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence (TAE) gathered to hear from Louisa Holmes, a TAE committee member and an assistant professor of geography and environmental...


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To prepare for winter, BU adds weather-specific accomodations

As students begin replacing summer clothes with sweaters, Binghamton University is preparing for yet another snowy season. While the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has predicted that this year’s winter will...


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BU's English department condemns Georgia Southern University book burning as act of racial intimidation

Jennine Capó Crucet’s book, “Make Your Home Among Strangers,” fell victim to a book-burning protest at Georgia Southern University (GSU) earlier this month. In response, Binghamton University’s English department wrote a public...


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SA initiative seeks to reduce stigma surrounding sexual assault

Binghamton University’s Student Association (SA) hopes to broaden the conversation and reduce the stigma surrounding sexual assault as part of a new campaign being rolled out this fall. On Thursday, the SA...


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Die-in protest calls for greater transparency of BU funds

Bodies were scattered across the Binghamton University Spine on Thursday as students participated in a die-in. At the die-in, which was organized by DIVEST BING, student pretended to be dead in protest...


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UPD raises funds for breast cancer awareness

Binghamton’s New York State University Police (UPD) is trying something new, taking part in a month-long New York State Police Department fundraising initiative for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. UPD has joined several...


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SA, students condemn 'tar and feather' event

A University-wide email sent by the Student Association (SA) announced the cancellation of a Hinman College fundraising event where the executive board and resident assistants of Roosevelt Hall were going to be...


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Students fail to turn out for fall concert

Student attendance at Thursday’s fall concert was noticeably low, with most of the Events Center left empty. According to Joseph Gallagher, an investigator with Binghamton’s New York State University Police, the department...