News

FinCo delivers apology to Black Student Union

More than 75 students attended a town hall forum on Thursday, April 14 to discuss relations between the SA and student groups. ...


News

Demand for space leads to first-ever group audit

The Binghamton University Student Association is conducting an audit of student groups that hold office space on campus resulting in a shakeup of how space is allocated to groups.  ...


News

Students and administrators discuss presidential search, class size at forum

Top administration fielded questions from students in a town hall forum earlier this month. ...


News

Break dining is no holiday feast, students say

Students who spent the vacation on campus had to deal with closure of residential dining halls. ...


News

Localization could offer economic sustainability

Two local organizations that are aiming to raise Binghamton's economic profile will screen a film on campus in May about the importance of building self-reliant local economies. ...


News

Students vote down new constitution

Students rejected by a 2-1 margin a hotly contested ballot referendum that was attached to Wednesday's runoff elections for the 2011-12 Student Association Executive Board. ...


News

Liquor license suspended at 'The Rat'

The Rathskeller may become nothing more than a place to eat wings now that the State Liquor Authority ordered an emergency summary order of suspension to the State Street bar. ...


News

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...


News

Fundraising attempts are major factor in Financial Council budget allocations

The compiled notes of multiple members of the Student Association Financial Council (FinCo) from their meetings with student groups gave some indication of how FinCo works and the factors that play into ...


News

BU proceeds with law school plans

As Binghamton University moves forward with a plan for a new law school, voices from around the state are concerned that an already strained job market may not be able to support ...