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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...


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BU rises to Research I University category in Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education rankings

Binghamton University has risen into the Research I University category in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education rankings, data that is used to compute other college rankings, including the ones...


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BU acquires two 15th-century prayer books

The Binghamton University Center of Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CEMERS), BU Special Collections and University Libraries have acquired two 15th-century books on biblical scenes, the first of their kind that BU has...


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PULSE hosts seventh annual banquet, celebrates campus women of color

Binghamton University students gathered for a night of empowerment, performances and recognition to celebrate women of color at the seventh annual Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) banquet in the Mandela...


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Binghamton University proposes raising four student fees

According to Student Association (SA) Congress minutes from Jan. 28, Binghamton University is considering raising several broad-based student fees for the upcoming academic year. Out of the 14 fees included in BU’s...


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Decker School of Nursing to retire master's advanced practice specialty degrees

The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) recently endorsed the doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) as the necessary degree for nurse practitioners, prompting Binghamton University to phase out its master’s advanced...


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Rainbow Pride Union, SHADES hold discussion on racism within LGBTQ community

According to a study conducted by Stonewall, an LGBTQ charity, in conjunction with YouGov, a data analytics firm, 51 percent of people of color within the LGBTQ community have said that they...


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Human Rights Institute hosts discussion on Green New Deal

Benjamin Wilson wants to make the “Green New Deal” happen. Wilson, an assistant professor of economics at SUNY Cortland, came to Binghamton University’s Downtown Center on Thursday to discuss the realities and...


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Campus Starbucks sees temporary supply shortages

Last week, Binghamton University students trying to grab a cup of coffee at the Starbucks cafe came across a sign from management. The sign announced that the cafe’s primary carrier in the...


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Fleishman Center considers increasing student career resource fee

In response to increasing costs and demand, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development is proposing an increase in the career resource fee for all students for the 2019-20 academic year....