Campus News

Panel discussion aims to educate students on impacts of food sustainability

The Binghamton community rallied behind food sustainability on Friday night with a panel discussion consisting of experts and advocates from local and campus-affiliated organizations. The event was co-sponsored by two student groups,...


Community

Broome County sheriff opposes Bail Elimination Act, but local organizations voice support following jail deaths

The Broome County Jail will be seeing major changes when New York state implements the Bail Elimination Act on Jan. 1. The act aims to end monetary bail and pretrial incarceration for...


Police Watch

Police Watch: November 25, 2019

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Mark Silverio of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Mixed dresses TUESDAY, Nov. 19, 8:24 p.m. — Officers responded to Delaware Hall of Newing College...


Campus News

University comes under fire as government officials, FIRE, right-wing news blogs make statements on First Amendment rights

As protests have erupted on Binghamton University’s campus, administrators and student leaders have been faced with questions about freedom of speech and expression. The University has come under fire from multiple government...


Campus News

BU to work to increase out-of-state recruitment

In upcoming admissions cycles, Binghamton University will aim to diversify the student population with more out-of-state admits following the release of unofficial admissions statistics from fall 2019. The statistics were released at...


Campus News

Bangali Student Association earns SA provisional charter

As of Nov. 11, the BSA is now a provisionally chartered club at Binghamton University, gaining approval from the University’s Student Association (SA). The chartering marks a significant achievement for Bangali students...


Campus News

Students aim to fight climate change with phone calls to state officials

Amid the aroma of chicken tenders and pizza, Binghamton University students tabled at the Marketplace to ask their peers to fight climate change by making a single phone call. The students tabling...


Campus News

Two arrested after students, community members protest speaking engagement

Two individuals, a student and a community member, were arrested on Monday evening at Binghamton University after a speech from economist Arthur Laffer was interrupted by protesters. Laffer, who worked as an...


Campus News

Pro-Israel display met with criticism

After learning about air strike attacks on Israel last week, members of Bearcats for Israel and Binghamton University Zionist Organization (BUZO) planted around 500 small red flags along the Spine to represent...


Campus News

B-First campus initiative to offer mentorship for first-generation students

First-generation students at Binghamton University will now have the opportunity to connect with first-generation faculty members, alumni and graduate students for support, insight and inspiration through the B-First mentoring network. B-First is...