Campus News

Student organizations prepare to celebrate National Women's History Month

As the month of March begins, students will find a wealth of student organization-led opportunities to commemorate Women’s History Month. March was first officially designated as Women’s History Month in the United...


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Friends of Max Martinez hold vigil

The Binghamton University community learned of the death of Max Martinez from a Dateline announcement sent shortly after 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29. Just a day later, hundreds of people attended...


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Students see changes in meal plan budgeting

While on-campus students are required to use a meal plan, not all students are aware of the ways their money is used. Meal plan expenses include Dining Dollars that can be used...


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New chemistry courses add options for pre-health students

Chemistry 101: Introduction To Chemistry is one of the most commonly taken courses at Binghamton University because of the multitude of requirements it fulfills, whether for a particular major, a general education...


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Student Association implements new policy on OCCT advertisements

Groups unaffiliated with Binghamton University will now face difficulties advertising on Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) buses, following a change in policy from the Student Association (SA). The change in OCCT’s advertisement...


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BU professor publishes essay on American slave auctions in The New York Times

On the 400th anniversary of the first presence of African slaves in colonial Virginia, The New York Times published “The 1619 Project,” a compilation of essays related to American slavery. When the...


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UPD warns against rise of phishing scams at BU

Online scams are nothing new on the Binghamton University campus, but recently, scammers have been amping up their efforts. Faculty, staff and students have fallen victim to fraudulent promises of earning more...


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Stenger hints at another donation from anonymous baseball donor

At Friday’s Binghamton University Council meeting, BU President Harvey Stenger asserted that the recent $60 million baseball complex donation includes provisions currently unknown to students, suggesting that another announcement is soon to...


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Truth Pharm hosts 10-week talking series on substance use disorder

A local organization is exploring substance use disorder and teaching people how to fight against it with “Clearing the Confusion,” a new 10-week series. The series will be hosted by Truth Pharm,...


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Cyntoia Brown visits campus as keynote speaker for Black History Month events

At the age of 16, Cyntoia Brown was sentenced to life in prison for shooting a man who threatened her life. On Friday evening, six months after receiving clemency and 15 years...