Campus News

Commencement to have no mask or vaccination requirement

Binghamton University’s 2022 Commencement ceremony is currently planned to be an event without required masking, COVID-19 testing or vaccination for graduates and guests. As COVID-19 cases began to decrease in Broome County,...


Politics

BU College Democrats host Rep. Antonio Delgado

While on his tour of New York state’s 19th Congressional District (NY-19), U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado (D-NY) stopped at Binghamton University for a Q&A hosted by the BU College Democrats. The event,...


Campus News

After years of decline, international student numbers begin to increase

International student applications have increased this year after a significant decrease during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a March 29 Student Association (SA) Congress meeting, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger said there was...


Community

NYS Climate Action Council stops at BU for public hearing

Binghamton University hosted a hearing on Tuesday discussing a plan to move New York state to an infrastructure of primarily clean energy. The New York State Climate Action Council, a 22-member committee,...


Community

Student groups request holiday for Lunar New Year

Binghamton University students and organizations are calling on administration to declare the first day of Lunar New Year a recognized holiday. Lunar New Year is a 15-day celebration that originated in China...


Speakers

I-GMAP hosts Rohingya social justice activist

Yasmin Ullah, a Rohingya social justice activist, gave a presentation discussing the Rohingya genocide with Binghamton University students, faculty and community members on Tuesday. Ullah has formally served as the president of...


Campus News

BU announces new fundraising campaign at Launch Day

Binghamton University has announced a new fundraising campaign. The University held “Launch Day” on Saturday, a daylong event featuring presentations from professors, administrators and students. The event culminated in the announcement of...


Community

JUMP Nation holds annual JUMP Weekend

For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Juvenile Urban Multicultural Program (JUMP Nation) held its JUMP Weekend in person, bringing middle school and high school students up...


Campus News

Memorial held in remembrance of Robert Martin

Hundreds gathered this past Thursday to celebrate the life of Binghamton University student Robert Martin. Martin, a graduate student from Syracuse, New York who died on April 1, was a goalkeeper for...


Campus News

Some BU bands left out of Battle of The Bands

Controversy surrounded this year’s annual Battle of the Bands as certain bands were excluded from the performing roster, missing an opportunity to open for Spring Fling. The contest, held on March 31,...