Campus News

Provost Nieman warns against selling class notes online

In an environment of high academic achievement — and competition — some students view buying an extra set of class notes to be a harmless way to get ahead. Donald Nieman, executive...


Campus News

Community Showcase recruits students to volunteer

Binghamton University groups and local organizations rallied students Thursday to give a little bit back to the community. ...


Greek Life

Candlelight vigil commemorates victims of hazing and racism

Several Binghamton University sororities and fraternities held a candlelight vigil at the Pegasus statue Thursday evening in memory of Private Danny Chen, an Asian-American soldier who was found dead in his Afghanistan ...


Campus News

Binghamton University adds Education minor

In response to an increased level of undergraduate demand, a new education program will give students the tools and insight they need to make the next step. ...


Campus News

12-year-old prodigy plays Watters Theater

A 12-year-old piano prodigy took Watters Theater stage Thursday night in an event honoring the memories of Pauline and Philip Piaker. The concert, organized by Rabbi Levi Slonim, was the 18th annual...


Campus News

Shoplifters get publicly shamed in CIW and Hinman dining halls

In the first few weeks of the semester, there have been several cases of students being caught stealing food from the dining halls. Once discovered, these students are faced with an ultimatum: ...


Speakers

Former UN speaker talks international affairs

Schwartz, a former assistant secretary of state and special envoy in the U.N., spoke at BU Monday night about the responsibilities of nations to respond to disasters abroad. ...


Speakers

Professor Gary Truce researches real-life ghost stories

For many, ghosts and spirits are the stuff of Halloween and haunted houses. For Gary Truce, they are his area of academic expertise. ...


Campus News

Smart phone app rewards Bearcats fans

The Binghamton University athletic department has teamed up with loyalty rewards company SuperFanU to create the geolocation application P.R.I.D.E. (Proudly Rewarding Involvement Dedication and Enthusiasm). ...


Speakers

EvoS talks links Neandertals to modern man

Trenton Holliday, professor of anthropology at Tulane University, spoke Monday on modern humans’ origins and relationships with their ancestors. ...