Campus News

Dean of Students opens classrooms for study space

After hearing student complaints about crowding — particularly near power outlets — during finals week in the Glenn G. Bartle library, the Dean of Students has made classrooms available as study spaces. ...


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Speakers discuss protesting for peace

The speakers were split up into panels, discussing government violence in schools and implications of drone warfare. Local organizer Jack Gilroy described his lifelong efforts as a teacher at Maine-Endwell to encourage...


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Binghamton University hosts fifth annual Frost Fest

This past weekend, winter came to Binghamton University. The University held its fifth annual Frost Fest on Sunday afternoon, and hundreds of students came to listen to music, eat free food and...


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Binghamton University alumnus gives students a look into the life of an anesthesiologist

Dr. Michael Wolff, a working anesthesiologist at UHS Wilson Medical Center and member of the class of 1980, visited BU Friday. ...


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Bollywood comes to Binghamton University

The Indian International Student Union (IISU) put on its biggest event of the semester. Around 300 people showed up to witness Tamasha 2013’s “Ticket to Bollywood,” which featured dances, comedy and a ...


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Binghamton University tries the Food Stamp Challenge

Binghamton Insecure started the Food Stamp Challenge to raise awareness of the struggle to lead a healthy life on a limited food budget. ...


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CDC teaches students how to navigate academic job market

Graduate students were schooled on getting into the academic employment market. The event, “Navigating the Academic Job Search,” was held Friday and was co-hosted by the Career Development Center and the Graduate...


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AIDS awareness festival promotes safe sex

The third annual AIDS Awareness Festival helped to spread knowledge and prevention methods with performances, speakers, Chinese food and a whole lot of condoms. The festival, held in Old Union Hall by...


Community

SUNY BEST dissects Affordable Care Act

SUNY Business and Education Cooperative of the Southern Tier (SUNY BEST) turned its attention to the controversial Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its implications for small businesses, those they employ and the ...


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Indian International Student Union to host Tamasha

Among the groups featured at the two-hour event are Binghamton Bhangra, Binghamton Masti, Quimbamba Latin dance team and Cornell Tarana, an a cappella group. There will also be five dance routines performed ...