Campus News

BU alumni discuss public service career options for liberal arts students

A panel of Binghamton University alumni shared their stories of how they used their liberal arts degrees to make a career public service. ...


Speakers

Triathlete shares secrets to maintaining good health with Binghamton University

Contrary to popular belief, getting skinny might not mean getting healthy — and some students who try to cut calories may be depriving themselves of essential energy. ...


Campus News

Students bring costumes, competitive eating to 23rd annual Purim Carnival

The Events Center was filled Thursday evening with costume-clad students, gathered to celebrate the Jewish holiday Purim with food, colorful dress and games. ...


Speakers

Activists campaign to rid Binghamton University of Coca-Cola Co. and Reynolds Group products

In an attempt to get students to think twice about their soft drinks, activists spoke Thursday night about allegations of human rights abuses by the Coca-Cola and Reynolds companies. Students Organizing Against...


Campus News

Student Support Services moving into New Union

Beginning Saturday, the office space in the New Union Atrium will start to be filled with Student Support Services (SSS). These offices, previously scattered in locations around campus, will find a permanent ...


Speakers

Panel commemorates 26th anniversary of Anfal Genocide

In an effort to expose students to the horrors of chemical warfare and mass killings, Kurdish scholars and experts spoke Thursday about the Anfal Genocide. ...


Speakers

Israeli soldier advocates for Palestinian compromise

No topic was off-limits when an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldier visited Binghamton University Monday evening to share the stories and opinions he developed while serving in the army. ...


Campus News

Binghamton University named one of six HEARTSafe accredited schools

Beginning in March, Binghamton University became one of only six college campuses to receive HEARTSafe certification. ...


Community

Proposed bill may improve safety for Downtown housing

Pete Sessions, a Republican congressman from Texas, sponsored a bill in April of 2013 called the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act, or CHIA. ...


Community

Harpur's Ferry wins Advanced Life Support skills competition second year in a row

Harpur’s Ferry members Nathan Toussaint, Rebecca Schwartzman, Devin Howell and Alexander Nello competed against EMS teams from colleges and universities around the country. ...