Community

David Bosnick, philosophy professor, passes away

David Bosnick, philosophy professor at Binghamton University and middle school English teacher for over a decade, died Jan. 30 due to complications while he was working out at the gym ...


Community

Environment, living conditions may affect child development

Chris L. Gibson, professor in the sociology, criminology and law department at the University of Florida, lectured about the different possible factors that shape the emotional and mental growth of children. ...


Community

Police searching for suspect in West gym theft

Binghamton University Police are looking for help finding a suspect in a theft case. ...


Speakers

Assistant Provost analyzes the Civil Rights Movement in America

In honor of Black History Month, one Binghamton University faculty member mapped out the broad history of the Civil Rights Movement. ...


Community

SUNY BEST finds flood reconstruction funds insufficient

Two and a half years since flooding displaced 30,000 Broome County residents, SUNY BEST detailed the progress of the New York Rising Community Reconstruction Program and Binghamton University’s Small Business Development Center. ...


Community

Rental company offers alternative housing, internship credits

RentBing, a recently formed rental company in Downtown Binghamton, will provide students with another living venue as well as an opportunity to get involved. ...


Community

NY fracking could yield lower profits than PA

New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG), with help from a few other groups on campus and in the community, hosted three experts in geology, engineering and the oil industry to speak ...


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...


Community

Binghamton Zoo loses red panda

Binghamton lost one of its most vibrant, creative and furry members of the community. Xiao-Li, a 6-year-old adult red panda in the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park, passed away on Jan. 9....


Community

John Oleski, 50, remembered for love of motorcycles, charity

John “Wah” Oleski, Harley-Davidson enthusiast and a senior mail clerk at Binghamton University, died on Dec. 17 at UHS Wilson Medical Center after a yearlong battle with cancer. ...