Campus News

Harvey Stenger and Ryan Vaughan get personal with Creativity+

More than 100 students gathered in the Admissions Building on Tuesday evening for a discussion between two of Binghamton University’s most well-known figures, President Harvey Stenger and adjunct English professor Ryan Vaughan,...


Campus News

Google engineering manager discusses career after BU

On Tuesday evening, James Bankoski, a Binghamton University alumnus and an engineering manager at Google, spoke to students about his career path. The talk, given in the Jay S. and Jeanne Benet...


Science & Research

Professors explore influence of evolutionary studies in different fields

In honor of Charles Darwin’s birthday this past Sunday, the evolutionary studies program (EvoS) hosted a panel discussion titled “Darwin and Me: Evolution Across the Disciplines” in Academic Building A as part...


Police Watch

Police Watch: Feb. 16, 2017

Fake email asks students for $850 FRIDAY, Feb. 10, 1:30 p.m. — Officers received a report of a fraudulent email being sent to four students asking them for money, said Investigator Patrick...


Campus News

M-HOPE interns seeks to destigmatize mental health issue

Binghamton University’s Mental Health Outreach Peer Educators (M-HOPE) discussed ways to destigmatize mental health, find healthy and nutritious ways to eat on campus and help peers feel more comfortable using resources available...


Campus News

BU alumna offers advice on pursuing a career in marketing

Samantha Marsilla spoke to the members of Binghamton University’s Women in Business (WIB) club via Skype in the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development on Wednesday about how she utilizes her...


Police Watch

POLICE WATCH: Feb. 13, 2017

Driver hits police car THURSDAY, Feb. 9, 10:31 a.m. — The police lieutenant responded to a report of a civilian vehicle backing into a patrol vehicle on Bunn Hill Road, said Investigator...


Campus News

Quantitative problem-solving skills emphasized at workshop

On Friday afternoon, Andrea MacArgel, an instructional designer for Binghamton University’s Center for Learning and Teaching, hosted an information session for educators on how they can help students improve their quantitative problem-solving...


Campus News

Panelists share tips, advice for obtaining an internship

Approximately 40 undergraduate students met in Binghamton University’s Appalachian Collegiate Center on Thursday to discuss navigating internship searches at the Mountainview Spring Semester Internship Panel. The event, which was held for the...


Campus News

BU participates in nationwide recycling challenge

For some schools, an eight-week recycling competition forces them to undertake new green initiatives, but at Binghamton University, students, faculty and staff have continued their usual recycling habits. Recyclemania is a competition...


Campus News

Students, faculty protest Trump's travel ban

Binghamton University students and faculty gathered on Thursday to protest President Donald Trump’s recent executive order blocking entry to the United States to citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Walking across campus...


Community

BU student launches hemp wine business

A student who founded the first hemp company in Broome County has officially launched his first hemp-infused wine. Friday night at Despina’s Mediterranean Taste, Kaelan Castetter, a junior majoring in political science,...


Police Watch

Police Watch: Feb. 9, 2017

Car gets stuck in ditch in Parking Lot ZZ North SUNDAY, Feb. 5, 7 p.m. — Officers were contacted by a 20-year-old female to assist a citizen in Parking Lot ZZ North,...


Community

Students, faculty rally in support of 'welcoming cities' resolution at Binghamton City Counil

More than a hundred people crowded Wednesday night’s Binghamton City Council meeting to voice their opinions in response to a recently proposed “Welcoming Cities Resolution.” The resolution was introduced by City Councilman...