Campus News

"Harmful" software issue causes school-wide internet disconnection

Information Technology Services (ITS) recently warned the campus of a potentially harmful software issue. In a Nov. 8 Dateline announcement, ITS requested that all students, staff and faculty immediately disconnect from the...


Community

$500,000 EPA grant awarded to alumni-run business

KLAW Industries, a local business co-founded by a Binghamton University alumnus, has just won a $500,000 dollar grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The business was awarded the grant as a...


Campus News

Alumni Engagement hires new executive director

This past May, Binghamton University hired a new executive director for alumni engagement. Matthew Winston, founder and principal of The Winston Advisory Pack diversity, equity and inclusion consulting firm, was chosen for...


Community

BC Transit introduces new identification system

Broome County (BC) Transit is updating its fare system with new technology. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, BC Transit has modernized payment options on their buses as a part of...


Campus News

BSU celebrates Black Solidarity Day

This past Monday, Binghamton University’s Black Student Union (BSU) held a march and discussion in celebration of Black Solidarity Day. In celebration of the holiday, BSU held a collaborative event — “Lift...


Campus News

Networking dinner honors First Generation College Day

Students recently took place in a “first-gen” networking dinner to commemorate National First-Generation College Day. On Wednesday, Binghamton University students and alumni gathered in Old Union Hall to celebrate National First-Generation College...


Campus News

$6.5 million grant allows BU to hire new faculty

Binghamton University is looking to hire 30 replacement faculty and 36 new faculty, funded by a $6.5 million SUNY grant. The grant, which is part of a $53 million SUNY-wide hiring initiative,...


Community

Campus organizations hold West Side cleanup

Several Binghamton University organizations came together to host a cleanup of Binghamton’s West Side this past Saturday. The BU Entrepreneur Connect Club (ECC) — in partnership with Financial Literacy for Youth (FLY),...


Campus News

UPD introduces body-worn cameras

Binghamton’s New York State University Police Department (UPD) will now use body-worn cameras when receiving service calls. The usage of body cameras was first recommended by the Campus Citizen Review Board (CCRB),...


News

Johnson City Trustee: David Lechner

David G. Lechner is running for Johnson City Trustee. What motivated you to run for this position? “Too many candidates run unopposed in local elections. Village of Johnson City voters deserve a...