Campus News

Pink Gloves delivers one-two punch

Pink Gloves Boxing is a group boxing class for females offered at Binghamton University to promote empowerment as well as physical fitness. ...


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Black Student Union kicks off Black History Month festivities

Students and faculty piled into the Old Union Hall on Monday night to partake in and celebrate the commencement of this year’s Black History Month. The event was the first of many...


Speakers

Professor distinguishes fact from fiction in World War II history

Carol Gluck, George Sansom professor of history at Columbia University, discussed at a talk Monday how different aspects of World War II have been forgotten or embellished over time. ...


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President Stenger to give State of the University address

Today at 12:30 p.m. Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger will give his State of the University address in the Osterhout Concert Theater in the Anderson Center. The biggest change Stenger is expected...


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Binghamton University ranked 10th best public value nationwide

While Binghamton University remains a great value according to the Princeton Review, the University has dropped in rank for the second year in a row. ...


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Russian gaming team swipes Bearcat logo

Binghamton University is weighing its legal options against Courage-Gaming, a Russian gaming group that stole and edited the BU Bearcat logo, presenting it as their own. ...


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Binghamton University senior to bike cross-country

A Binghamton University student will soon bike more than 4,000 miles from Rhode Island to California in an effort to touch lives all over the country. ...


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Culinary Council hopes to bridge gap between students and Sodexo

Dining halls at Binghamton University have often been a source of discontent among the student body. This semester, Auxiliary Services and Sodexo are responding. ...


Speakers

Rabbi discusses place of religion in war

Binghamton University students welcomed Rabbi Barry Baron to campus to speak about his involvement as a chaplain in the U.S. military as well as the place of religion in war throughout American...


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Marketplace opens after 18-month renovation

With 12 “food concepts” and a completely new layout, the site of the old Food Court and Susquehanna Room is nearly unrecognizable. ...