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Police Watch: Oct. 25, 2011

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 10 a.m. — Binghamton’s New York State University Police received a complaint that people have been stealing handicap automatic door push-pads from the Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center, Investigator Patrick...


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OC3 only community E-Board to receive stipends

Although the Student Association bylaws permit the Executive Boards of Binghamton University's eight residential communities to allocate themselves stipends from their own budgets, the leadership of Off Campus College Council (OC3) is ...


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CDC hopes to help grads facing a stalled economy

The Career Development Center (CDC) held a job panel titled "Is My Student Going to Get a Job?" from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday in Lecture Hall 14. ...


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Newing loses Internet, cable TV for 7 hours

Newing College lost wireless Internet, cable TV and fire alarms' connections to police and fire departments for seven hours yesterday after a construction crew accidentally severed a fiber optic cable. ...


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Indian academic lectures on diaspora

Jameela Begum A., an Indian academic, gave a lecture on what she referred to as the "Indian Diaspora" Friday in Academic A room 202. ...


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Alumni panel discusses healthy eating

The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) hosted a panel discussion titled "Whet Your Appetite" yesterday, which presented possible job positions in the food industry that advocate for health and environmental consciousness. ...


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C-SPAN to air intro BU history lecture

C-SPAN, the federal government and public programming channel, is coming to Binghamton University this Halloween to tape a lecture of BU professor Stephen Ortiz's history class, "Modern American Civilization," as part of ...


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Hillel holds Gilad Shalit discussion, with mixed views

The release of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in exchange for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners has generated mixed opinions from Binghamton University's student body. ...


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BU receives $1M grant for Korean studies

The Academy of Korean Studies, a South Korean public educational institute, awarded Binghamton University with the “Overseas Leading University Program for Korean Studies Grant,” which will provide BU with $1 million to...


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Graduate student enrollment decreases

Enrollment in Binghamton University's Graduate School has dipped this semester for the first time since 2006, after devastating floods exasperated enrollment problems caused by an already strained economic climate. ...