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She's the First raises money with second annual 5K

With the goal of increasing access to education for women in low-income countries, She’s the First held its second-annual 5K run on Saturday morning at Old Dickinson Field. She’s the First, a...


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Harpur College, SA launch crash course series to give students technical skills

On Sunday, more than 20 students met in the Zurack Center in the Glenn G. Bartle Library for a Harpur Crash Course workshop called “Connecting with Audiences in the Social Media Era,”...


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LGBTQ students hold silent protest on the Spine

While some students were walking to class, five students wearing black surgical masks stood in silence on the Spine, holding posters and notes as part of the Q Center’s Day of Silence...


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Binghamton University Bees holds presentation featuring local beekeepers

The Binghamton University Bees held a presentation on Monday with local beekeepers to educate students on the recent decline in bees worldwide, how bees impact the environment and how beekeeping helps combat...


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Large pipe blockage causes leaks in University Union West

Due to a large sanitary backup in the University Union, multiple student organizations were affected by leaks in their offices on Saturday afternoon. According to Michael Kukawa, director of operations and construction...


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Annual event aims to promote discussion on disability, available resources

Student groups and Binghamton University offices collaborated to host the second annual “Disability is Diversity,” an event that aims to promote disability awareness and resources on campus. Held in Old Union Hall...


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Research Days celebrates scholarship, innovation on campus

Working under the theme of “Rethinking Research,” Binghamton University’s annual Research Days commenced on Monday, April 8, highlighting scholarship and innovation happening on campus. Research Days is an annual series that highlights...


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S.H.I.N.E. hosts discussion on racist incidents, inequality

In an effort to reduce inequality and facilitate a discussion regarding racism at Binghamton University, the Service for Health, Inequality reduction, Natural disaster relief and Education (S.H.I.N.E.) hosted “Instances of Racism on...


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Binghamton University to offer Master of Science in human rights

Beginning in fall 2019, Binghamton University will be offering a Master of Science in human rights, marking the first human rights master’s program offered by a school in the SUNY system. Suzy...


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Hindu Student Council, Delta Epsilon Psi host eighth annual Holi celebration on campus

More than 350 Binghamton University students were splattered with various colors for the eighth annual celebration of Holi, a Hindu holiday that welcomes spring, on the Newing College co-rec field on Sunday...