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Lebanese student seeks Student Association charter

One Binghamton University student is on a mission to give Lebanese students a space where they can both enjoy and learn more about their culture. Joseph Seif, a sophomore majoring in political...


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Student group talks sex trafficking awareness

Last year in Broome County, Binghamton area man Antonio Ballard was convicted on eight counts related to sex trafficking involving three minors. He’s set to serve 17 years in a federal prison,...


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Best Buddies chapter partners with local organization

Pin the tail on the turkey, Thanksgiving crafts and bingo were just some of the activities Binghamton University’s Best Buddies chapter participated in on Sunday afternoon in the Events Center. Around 40...


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Muslim Student Association promotes knowledge, dispels misconceptions about Islam

On a Friday at 5 p.m., most students are gathering in the dining halls around campus to grab a bite to eat before heading out for late-night activities. In a room in...


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BU Council meeting talks faculty diversity, enrollment figures

Last Friday’s Binghamton University Council meeting was scheduled to focus on admissions and athletics. A considerable portion of the meeting, though, centered on the concerns of Student Representative Adam Wilkes: faculty diversity...


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OCCT reimplements no-standing policy for late-night buses

It’s late Saturday night in Downtown Binghamton ― technically Sunday morning. A crowd of students has formed on the corner of State and Hawley streets, waiting for the Downtown Center Leroy Inbound...


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Post Malone tickets resold for more than $100 online

Less than two days after 4,800 tickets for the fall concert featuring Post Malone went on sale, floor seats and general admission were sold out, leaving interested students scrambling to find tickets....


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Clean Energy Careers Panel explores industry access

On Wednesday evening, six panelists convened in the Fountain Room of the Innovative Technologies Center to discuss opportunities within the clean-energy field. The event, moderated by Brian Rose, vice president for student...


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Mayor Rich David voices concerns over federal tax reform

Carnegie Library, located on Exchange Street in Downtown Binghamton, was built in 1903 and is scheduled to be renovated as a space for Broome Community College’s new Culinary Arts Center. According to...


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Dickinson Community adds VPMA to town council

Dickinson Community voted last week to add the position of a vice president for multicultural affairs (VPMA) to its executive board, joining Mountainview and Newing in offering the position. Historically, the position...