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Stenger hints at another donation from anonymous baseball donor

At Friday’s Binghamton University Council meeting, BU President Harvey Stenger asserted that the recent $60 million baseball complex donation includes provisions currently unknown to students, suggesting that another announcement is soon to...


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Truth Pharm hosts 10-week talking series on substance use disorder

A local organization is exploring substance use disorder and teaching people how to fight against it with “Clearing the Confusion,” a new 10-week series. The series will be hosted by Truth Pharm,...


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Cyntoia Brown visits campus as keynote speaker for Black History Month events

At the age of 16, Cyntoia Brown was sentenced to life in prison for shooting a man who threatened her life. On Friday evening, six months after receiving clemency and 15 years...


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Plans for library collections relocation to be adjusted

Renovations to the third floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library are expected to begin in July 2021, raising concerns about the relocation of the books the floor currently holds. The third-floor...


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BU launches social media initiative to promote school pride

At Binghamton University, it now pays to have school pride, as BU recently launched a social media program that gives prizes to those who share the University’s media posts. The new initiative,...


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SA elections see uncontested ballots

The 2020 Student Association (SA) E-Board elections attracted fewer candidates than usual, with none of the six positions being contested. SA elections are set to take place on March 17, when students...


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Student activity fee up for vote

While Student Association (SA) E-Board and Binghamton University Council elections are approaching, they will not be the only topics up for a vote on the March 17 ballot, as they will be...


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Campus celebrates National Engineers Week

Students, faculty and alumni, along with professional engineers from Broome County and neighboring counties, gathered at the Holiday Inn in Downtown Binghamton on Tuesday for the annual Engineers Week Dinner, which was...


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Binghamton City Council to establish new intern procedures following Livingston investigation

Following a four-month-long investigation, investigators are recommending changes to the Binghamton City Council’s internship guidelines. The investigation into former Binghamton City Council member Dan Livingston found that he did not violate any...


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Practitioner-in-residence presents on experience prosecuting Khmer Rouge leaders

The Institute of Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) invited its first practitioner-in-residence of the semester to present on the prosecution of leaders involved in the Cambodian genocide on Thursday. The practitioner-in-residence...