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Crowd forms as Binghamtonics sing in Manhattan store

A flurry of nerves and excitement fell upon 20 Binghamton University students as they huddled together at the 50th St. entrance to Radio City Music Hall. ...


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Student competes on 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire'

Binghamton University became host to a "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" contestant Wednesday night as Scott Harrigan, a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering, walked away with $22,750. ...


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SnoCats plan affordable ski trip during winter break

SnoCats, a student group that organizes recreational ski trips, is offering students an inexpensive way to enjoy winter break by traveling to Killington, Vt. to ski and snowboard. The ski trip will...


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Faculty impressed with candidate's defense of liberal arts

The fifth and final candidate for Binghamton University's presidency visited campus Monday and repudiated the nationwide trend of continued cuts in state funding to public universities. ...


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Library café gets new design

The renovations to Jazzman’s Café in the Library Tower finished just in time for finals week, giving students who are studying in the Glenn G. Bartle Library an escape to a quick...


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Kirschenbaum highlights successes in State of the SA address

Student Association President Jared Kirschenbaum delivered his State of the SA speech Thursday at the Student Assembly meeting, which was rescheduled from Monday due to inclement weather. Kirschenbaum focused on the accomplishments...


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In art classes, finals take on a different meaning

The end of the semester at Binghamton University can be a stressful time for students with busy finals schedules, but art students face tests of another kind. Alessandra Rannazzisi, a senior majoring...


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Student Association keeps neutral stance on DREAM Act

As enthusiasm for the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAM Act) grows on a national level, Binghamton University’s Student Association is eliminating its efforts to become involved in the...


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Open flame policies prompt mixed student reactions

New York state will be implementing a change to the fire code at the end of December regarding open flames, which could conflict with some students’ religious practices. Grace Hoefner, senior associate...


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Police Watch: Dec. 7, 2010

FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 9:23 p.m. — Patrol responded to Newing College’s Delaware Hall for a report of a marijuana odor emanating from a specific room on the first floor, said Investigator Dennis...