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BAMS and ASU hold week long cultural events

The Binghamton University Association for Mixed Students spent the past week focusing on the merging cultures and increasing appreciation for the multi-ethnic heritage during their cultural week. ...


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Former DEA agent and High Times editor argue in Q-and-A

Students filled the Mandela Room to hear Bob Stutman, a retired DEA agent, and Steve Hager, editor of High Times magazine, debate marijuana's legal status. ...


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College of Community and Public Affairs sponsors screening of documentary on ACA shooting

To mark the second anniversary of the ACA shooting, the documentary film "Binghamton Heals" was screened on campus Sunday. ...


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Electronica, dubstep artists to perform at BU

Binghamton University's first-ever electronic music festival will raise money for tsunami victims in Japan. ...


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Chabad invites 1,500 to Shabbat dinner

Shabbat 1500, a traditional Jewish Shabbat dinner for roughly 1,500 students, will be hosted by Binghamton University's Chabad Center and will take place Friday in the West Gym. ...


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Groups campaign for Japan relief effort

Students at Binghamton University have united to fundraise for relief efforts in Japan after the devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami. ...


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Conference aims to raise LGBT acceptance

Binghamton University will host the 16th annual Northeastern Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Conference this weekend. ...


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ACA shooting survivor calls for gun control

The critically wounded receptionist who phoned police during a gunman's rampage two years ago has broken her public silence to ask for a renewed federal ban on large-capacity gun magazines like those ...


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BU debate team reaches quarterfinals in home tournament

Debate teams from more than 50 schools descended on Binghamton University in March to participate in the Cross Examination Debate Association national championships. ...


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Amnesty International hosts refugee of child soldier army

On March 17, Binghamton University's Amnesty International chapter, along with the organization Invisible Children, screened the movie "Invisible Children." ...