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American astronomers win Nobel Prize for Physics

Three astronomers received the Nobel Prize in Physics for demonstrating that a mysterious force may destroy the universe. ...


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Binghamton area's consumer confidence down

The Binghamton region's consumer confidence index decreased 8 percent this quarter, making it the region with the lowest consumer confidence index in the state. ...


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CDC crafts internship class for flood relief

Binghamton University is offering a class this semester to allow students to earn internship credit for learning about and assisting with recovery efforts in the local community after September's devastating flood. ...


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Federal healthcare reform stalls in New York

The federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is currently stalled in the New York State Senate because of Senate Republicans' opposition to setting up a state health care "exchange." ...


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Caldicott, anti-nuclear activist, lectures on campus

Helen Caldicott, an environmental activist, spoke at Binghamton University about the dangers of nuclear energy and natural gas extraction. ...


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Binghamton LGBT Pride Week kicks off

LGBT Pride Week will host events this week advocating for the gay, lesbian and transgender community. ...


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BU community joins SUNY-wide protest

Students at Binghamton University joined others across the state Wednesday to rally against budget cuts and tuition hikes. ...


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CommuniKey card gives local student discounts

The CommuniKey, a company created by three Binghamton University alumni and one BU student, is offering BU students discounts at more than 40 local businesses on things ranging from pizza at Mario's ...


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Ali Mazrui, BU icon, lectures on diversity

Ali Mazrui, the Albert Schweitzer professor in the humanities and director of the Institute of Global Cultural Studies at Binghamton University, gave a public lecture on Tuesday on "diversity in ...


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Campus musicians kick off this year's Mid-Day Concert Series

The Binghamton University music department held the first concert of its Mid-Day Concert Series yesterday, a weekly installment of classical music performances, which attracted about 70 students, faculty members and local community ...