Campus News

Harpur transfer student dies at 22

Christian Grome, 22, a junior in Harpur College, died on Tuesday, Aug, 30. Grome’s passing was announced in a Sept. 1 Dateline Announcement. Grome was an incoming transfer student to Binghamton University....


Campus News

BU hosts third annual "Run the Brain" race

This past Saturday, students competed to see who could run Binghamton University’s “Brain” route the fastest at the third annual “Run the Brain” race. Up to 20 students from each class year...


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"Bowling for Books" brings together multicultural student groups

On Thursday, Binghamton University students gathered in the University Union to celebrate the end of a monthslong fundraising collaboration. “Bowling for Books” was a culmination of fundraising work for the project known...


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Students and faculty study tattoo ink dangers

Binghamton University students and faculty recently conducted a study on commercial tattoo inks and their potential threats to human health. Assistant Professor of Chemistry John Swierk, in collaboration with the Swierk Group,...


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"Multicultural Extravaganza" celebrates cultural diversity

Binghamton University held its seventh annual Multicultural Extravaganza in celebration of cultural diversity. On Saturday, BU students gathered at the Peace Quad to honor the University’s diverse cultures. Students from various multicultural...


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Watson college scholars program receives Inspiring Program in STEM Award

Binghamton University’s Watson College Scholars Program has recently received the 2022 Inspiring Program in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine. Through the award, the magazine seeks to recognize colleges and organizations...


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Kaschak Institute weclomes new executive director

Lorena Aguilar, the new executive director of Binghamton University’s Kaschak Institute for Social Justice for Women and Girls, already has plans set in motion to turn the institute into a beacon of...


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Campus construction resumes this fall semester

Construction is continuing on the Binghamton University campus as the fall semester begins. Renovations include ongoing work being done on the third floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library, Science buildings and...


Politics

BU's Lea Webb wins state senate primary

15 years ago, Lea Webb, ‘04, became the youngest person to join the Binghamton City Council. Now, she may be closing in on the state senate. Webb, a diversity education coordinator at...


Community

JUST wins class action lawsuit against Broome County Sherriff

After two years of prohibited contact between inmates and visitors, Broome County Jail must resume in-person visitation. Last May, Justice and Unity for the Southern Tier (JUST), a nonprofit that advocates against...