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Students cultivate syrup from campus trees

Binghamton University students walking toward the East Gym may have noticed various orange buckets leaning against trees on campus in recent weeks, part of a maple syrup cultivation project led by students...


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Binghamton University sees decrease in first-year applications

For the 2019-20 academic year, Binghamton University is seeing a decline in the number of incoming applications. For the 2015-16 academic year, applications numbered at 30,615, for 2016-17, at 32,105 and, for...


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Seniors explore alternate ways to obtain caps and gowns for commencement

With graduation rapidly approaching, Binghamton University students aiming to walk in commencement are exploring new options to obtain their caps and gowns. At BU, students can buy their caps and gowns from...


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University plans to update database to allow students to change name

Binghamton University is planning to introduce a new update to its database that will allow students to change their names in all University systems that do not require the use of a...


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Second annual Data Science Hackathon sees increased attendance

For 24 hours, students used their programming skills to compete in the second annual Data Science Hackathon, otherwise known as “Datathon,” in the University Union this weekend. Hosted by Binghamton University Data...


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Groups host annual Herstory Food Drive in honor of Women's History Month

In an effort to bring awareness to the issues that single mothers may face, Binghamton University’s chapter of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG), the Women’s Student Union and the...


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Storage and shipping company opens new branch at BU

In previous years, students looking to move their belongings at the end of the semester have packed their stuff into a car for a trip home. But now, they have another option...


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Fast-track professional MBA program may deactivate by 2020

Binghamton University’s fast-track progression MBA (PMBA) program, located in New York City, allows students to receive a master’s in business administration in one year. However, after a recent Faculty Senate decision to...


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Local politicians encourage political involvement at 'Youth Civic Engagement Night'

For Benjamin Reynolds, 19, and Conrad Taylor, 22, it’s never too early to become involved in politics. The two visited Binghamton University on Monday to encourage students to become more politically engaged....


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Faculty Senate votes to establish temporary joint committee to oversee TAEs

As of last month, the Faculty Senate passed a resolution recommending the establishment of a temporary committee at Binghamton University charged with examining and reviewing the hiring process for assistant professors, as...