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Autism Speaks U holds first annual Spooktacular Walk, raises autism awareness

Donning costumes of characters from “Monsters, Inc.,” “Space Jam” and other children’s movies, students gathered at the Peace Quad to raise awareness of people with autism at the first Spooktacular Walk on...


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Student groups hold discussion on domestic violence

In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Women’s Student Union (WSU), College Progressives and Rainbow Pride Union (RPU) came together to host a discussion about domestic violence and the way it...


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Tau Alpha Upsilon brothers wear pink heels to raise awareness on domestic violence

Wearing bright pink heels as they walked down the Spine, the brothers of Tau Alpha Upsilon (TAU) held a sign titled “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” in honor of the International...


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Multicultural Resource Center raises awareness for culturally insensitive costumes

With Halloween approaching, Binghamton University’s Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) hopes to start a conversation on culturally insensitive costumes. On Monday, the MRC held “What Not to Wear: Halloween Edition,” an event that...


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Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, '92, discusses midterm elections

High-profile alumnus, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, ‘92, hosted by Binghamton University’s College Democrats, visited campus on Monday to speak about the importance of civic engagement and political involvement. Jeffries, who represents New York’s...


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Roosevelt Institute, New York Public Interest Group host midterm election information session

Midterm elections are rapidly approaching, and with all eyes on New York’s 22nd congressional district, Binghamton University’s campus organizations are hoping to educate and engage student voters. On Monday in Lecture Hall...


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Faculty members undergo extensive evaluations to achieve tenure

Many faculty members hoping to achieve tenured positions next year are currently undergoing the in-depth process of earning one of these coveted positions. According to the American Association of University Professors, tenure...


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Student wins grant to build community gardens on Binghamton's East Side

The Harpur Edge office annually provides four students with funding to design and conduct a community service project of their choice, anywhere in the world. This year, Georgia Kerkezis, a junior majoring...


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University Counseling Center adds new counseling positions, increases mental health resources

On a campus with more than 13,000 undergraduate students, Binghamton University currently has 15 counselors working at the University Counseling Center (UCC). Since fall 2017, the UCC has added four new counseling...


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PULSE hosts 9th annual Breast Cancer Festival at Binghamton University

Students, faculty, community members and survivors gathered at Binghamton University to raise awareness for breast cancer on Sunday afternoon. Hosted by Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) and the Omega Phi...