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Q&A with the TA

Because of the 12-hour time difference, it can be difficult for Reisinger to help his URP students one-on-one. To remedy this, he has a teaching assistant (TA) who spends the semester in...


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Geography 151 builds bridge between two continents

 Mark Reisinger, associate professor of geography at Binghamton University, and his students had been discussing socioeconomic status around the globe when they took a break to learn about some upcoming holidays. Rosh...


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Auxiliary Services puts students first

If you buy anything on the Binghamton University campus — from a textbook to a bottle of Sprite — it has likely been subject to a discussion in the Auxiliary Services office....


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Visual Media Arts Center serves engineers and artists

From the minute you stepped onto Binghamton University’s campus, you’ve seen the work that the Visual Media Center produces — whether it’s signs advertising the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development...


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Idea Kraft sets up office in NOLA

For alumnus Chris Olsen, ‘11, a degree in sociology has led to a successful startup. Idea Kraft, founded in 2008, is a brand development and design agency with locations in the city...


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Celebrate Halloween all month-long in Binghamton

Halloween enthusiasts who have already picked out their costumes, watched their favorite horror movies and decorated their dorm rooms might be looking for more ways to welcome October. Luckily, the Binghamton area...


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Culture Shock to highlight the diversity of student talent

This Saturday, the Appalachian Collegiate Center is getting cultured. The African Student Organization (ASO) is hosting Culture Shock, their annual multicultural talent show. The event will feature seven acts, from Binghamton University...


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University Greenhouse offers education, relaxation

If you’re looking for a new place to study on campus, or just somewhere to clear your head, then Binghamton University’s E.W. Heier Teaching & Research Greenhouses are the perfect spot. The...


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Somersaults, splits and stunts on stage

An afternoon of music, humor, dance — and Velcro. Welcome to Galumpha. The 16 routines performed during Galumpha’s Saturday afternoon show in the Osterhout Concert Theater of the Anderson Center contained all...


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Pretty Girls Sweat promotes health, sisterhood

 Trekking through mud and encountering the occasional reptile may seem like an unpleasant way to spend a Friday evening, but for the women of Pretty Girls Sweat, hikes like these are a...