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Grad applications up in stagnant economy

The nation's stalled job market may be influencing students' decisions to attend graduate school, according to experts at Binghamton University. ...


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Police Watch Apr. 12, 2011

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 12:22 a.m. — Officers on patrol noticed two male students who were acting suspiciously in the woods behind College-in-the-Woods’ Oneida Hall, said Investigator Patrick J. Reilly of Binghamton’s New...


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Students remain unclear on constitutional changes

A vote, which will be held Wednesday, April 13, will determine whether the SA will become a not-for-profit corporation. ...


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Alumna author discusses religious faith in writing

Anita Diamant spoke at the Osterhout Theater in the Anderson Center about her novel "The Red Tent." ...


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Students go barefoot to call attention to children in need

BU students went barefoot on Tuesday as part of a worldwide effort to call attention to needy children who cannot afford shoes. ...


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Magrath set to stay on as president through 2011

SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher has asked current Interim President C. Peter Magrath to stay on through the end of 2011. ...


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FINCO finishes allocations

The SA Assembly will debate and vote on student groups' funding at its meeting Monday. ...


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Binghamton ranked 5th most depressing city

The website Business Insider has recently ranked Binghamton as the fifth most depressing city in America, using information from a new Gallup poll. ...


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Police Watch: April 7, 2011

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 3 p.m. — An 18-year-old female student working out at the University FitSpace discovered that someone had taken her jacket, which she had left in an unlocked locker, said...


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From Columbine comes a message of kindness

BU students were asked to accept Rachel's Challenge, the positive message of a Columbine shooting victim, when the program came to the Mandela Room Monday. ...