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Pop-up skate shop wheels into Downtown Binghamton

For skateboard enthusiasts in the Binghamton area, an invaluable resource can be found in the most unexpected of places: a local barbershop. Broome County community member Tom Dewing is running a pop-up...


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New space in Appalachian offers tools, materials for creativity

Binghamton University’s new STEAM Room, located in Appalachian Collegiate Center, emphasizes the importance of the arts element to the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and math by allowing students to experiment...


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Binghamton alumnus volunteers from coast to coast

The idea of seeing all 50 states in a matter of 100 days seems pretty daunting. Now, add a volunteer job to each of those places, and the trip can seem even...


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Group puts a new spin on friendship

At Binghamton University, the Hula Hoop Club likes to go with the flow. Members of the Student Association-chartered club have embraced the principles of flow art, a performance style most recently popularized...


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BU senior starts photography publication from scratch

Two students sit in the Binghamton University Marketplace, a stack of paper booklets strewn about, as rush-hour foot traffic between classes ensues around them. One of those students is Benjamin Brandwein, a...


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Just transferred to Binghamton? Here are some tips

About one-third of Binghamton University’s student population is made up of transfer students, and many of those who started somewhere else enter BU as a spring-semester admit. Even with orientation, it is...


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Clean eating finds a place at University Plaza

While its menu offers choices ranging from a kale chicken caesar green bowl to a tuna poke grain bowl, you can also choose from ingredients like kale, ginger, tofu, sriracha, spicy ginger ...


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Locally taught, locally grown

Every other Sunday is Pesto Day, when the restaurant crew gets together to make 2,000 containers of their homemade spread, and package it in the main dining area. ...


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Students and alumni create app to borrow, lend items

Tapias and Hamza Syed, ‘15, came up with the idea for TruNeed after seeing people use their fraternity’s GroupMe to borrow, lend, buy and sell items. Along with Jianqiu Huang, ‘16, the ...


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Pipe Dream presents: a chat with Neil Harris

Neil Harris, a senior majoring in business administration, likes to challenge himself. He’s involved as an innovation consultant for the Student Association as a member of Enactus and is a co-founder of...