Police Watch

Police Watch: November 7, 2018

The following reports were provided by Investigator Robert Meddleton of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Bathroom vandals FRIDAY, Nov. 2, 11:35 p.m. — Officers received a vandalism complaint from a bathroom...


Campus News

Corazón de Dahlia, Omega Phi Beta host discussion on domestic violence and sexual assault in Latin America

One in three Latinas have experienced domestic violence in their lifetime and 50 percent of Latinas who experience violence never report it, according to statistics read at the Domestic Violence and Sexual...


Community

Larry Sharpe hosts rally at Galaxy Brewing Company in Downtown Binghamton

On Saturday, a crowd of supporters gathered outside Galaxy Brewing Company with signs and T-shirts in anticipation of Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe’s arrival. Sharpe’s rally, hosted in the Downtown Binghamton restaurant...


Speakers

BU alum discusses his path to a medical career

Dr. Jordan Gitlin, ‘90, returned to Binghamton University on Saturday to speak on his journey from his undergraduate years to his current role as a surgeon at a pediatric urology hospital. The...


Campus News

Religious groups discuss mental health stigmas at 'Mental Health Matters'

Ending the stigma against mental health was just one of the many topics discussed at the interfaith banquet hosted by the Muslim Student Association (MSA) in Old Union Hall on Sunday night....


Campus News

Race honors Sophie de Tournemire's life, raises awareness about mental health

On a rainy Saturday morning, students and families raced around the Binghamton University campus to honor and celebrate the life of Sophie de Tournemire, a rising sophomore who took her own life...


Campus News

Center for Civic Engagement registers more than 2,000 students

Since 2012, the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE), in partnership with Jonathan Krasno, an associate professor of political science, have hosted a voting competition for the living communities on campus with one...


Campus News

Student groups host debate watch party for U.S. House of Representatives race

With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, Republican Claudia Tenney and Democratic challenger Anthony Brindisi, candidates for New York’s 22nd congressional district, clashed over guns, health care and taxes in a televised debate...


Police Watch

Police Watch: November 4, 2018

The following reports were provided by Investigator Robert Meddleton of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Road rage MONDAY, Oct. 29, 2:31 p.m. — A 33-year-old female employee contacted UPD to report...


News

Mountainview stabbing suspect retracts guilty plea, requests new lawyer

Former Binghamton University student Michael Roque appeared before Judge Kevin Dooley in court Friday morning and backpedaled on his guilty plea, which he entered in September. Roque, 20, of Massapequa, New York,...