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Sound artists to discuss their work and process

“Sound Structures and Site: An Evening with Mendi and Keith Obadike,” an event exploring the effect of noise on culture, will be held at 7 p.m. on Feb. 27 at TechWorks on...


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New Roberson Museum exhibition brings wildlife to West Side

Animals around every corner, squawking bird noises, varying climates — no, it’s not a zoo. On Feb. 16, the Roberson Museum and Science Center on the West Side of the city of...


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Peterson's Tavern serves up 'good vibes' on Main Street

One Downtown restaurant is looking to build on Binghamton’s history. Peterson’s Tavern opened in October of last year, but the inspiration for the name came from where the first meeting place of...


Movies

Harpur Cinema opens spring series this weekend

Harpur Cinema will begin its spring 2018 series this weekend. The series, which is run through the cinema department, is organized by programmers Chantal Rodais, a professor of cinema, and Tomonari Nishikawa,...


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Radio theatre department returns to WHRW

For WHRW ’s radio theatre department, the curtain never rises. The station kicked off its semesterlong series of “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” last Friday on 90.5 FM, and will broadcast...


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Julion's Kitchen arrives after students win entrepreneurship challenge

This past Sunday, Julion’s Kitchen spiced up the Marketplace with its savory bites. Julion’s Kitchen, the winner of the spring 2017 Student Culinary Council’s (SCC) entrepreneurship challenge, took over Chick-N-Bap’s space in...


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At 205 Dry, eat and drink through the roaring '20s

There’s a new bar on State Street — but you might have trouble finding it. 205 Dry is a restaurant and bar, modeled after 1920s speakeasies, that offers its guests a break...


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Healing with "I Got Better"

Instagram may not seem like a place to go for help, but Peter Marin, a senior majoring in business administration, is looking to change that. Marin’s own struggle with depression inspired him...


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Alumnus draws picture-perfect inspiration from adventure

Fly to the tip of South America. Board an icebreaker to cross the great passage. Helicopter to mainland Antarctica and hike through minus 40-degree temperatures. This is the journey that travel photographer...


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Volunteer — and build your resume

If you’re looking to give back to the community, build your leadership skills or gain hands-on experience in a professional field, volunteering is a great option. Whether it’s assisting young students with...