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Police Watch: Sept. 27, 2011

FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 6:36 a.m. — Several male suspects from a suite in Mountainview College’s Hunter Hall placed 100 crickets in the common room of a female suite on the same floor...


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Professor rethinks Civil War death toll

A Binghamton University associate professor of history intends, through his demographic research, to rewrite a central statistic in the canon of American history. J. David Hacker, in a scholarly article to be...


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Cristina Ignacio remembered for her optimism and warmth

Cristina Ignacio, a Binghamton University alumna of the class of 2010, passed away from cancer last Monday at the New York Methodist Hospital. ...


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Newing renovations leave some students, RAs wanting

The dorms and dining halls of the revamped Newing College have some students complaining. ...


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Good Samaritan Law' to make calls for overdose emergencies easier

New York's "911 Good Samaritan Law," which allows anyone making a 911 call about a drug or alcohol-related overdose in progress to avoid facing criminal penalties, took effect Sunday. ...


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ICD enables students to assist autistic children

For 37 years, Binghamton University has offered students hands-on experience in the psychology field working with autistic children through the Institute of Child Development. ...


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FEMA, Albany fund flood relief effort

The federal government and New York State government are launching new programs aimed at easing the hardships endured by Southern Tier communities, families and individuals during and after the massive flooding that ...


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Undie Run,' concert kick off Homecoming

Homecoming weekend kicked off early at Binghamton University this year with a concert Thursday night and is sure to continue with many events for students to partake in throughout the weekend. ...


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Gas company sues local town for fracking ban

Denver-based gas company Anschutz Exploration Corporation filed a lawsuit Friday, Sept. 16 against the Town of Dryden, a municipality about 40 miles from Binghamton in Tompkins County, in an effort to strike ...


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With UDC closed, CCPA sets up shop in Engineering Building

The College of Community and Public Affairs is adjusting to its recent relocation from the University Downtown Center to the third floor of the Engineering Building. ...