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Entrepreneurs launch social networking site for résumés

A group of students from the Binghamton University School of Management launch a start-up website to help students and professionals edit their rèsumès. ...


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Face recognition software could detect pain in patients

A Binghamton University professor is trying to develop software that can discern emotion in human facial expression. ...


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Scientist lectures on negative impacts of local fracking

Brady Porter, an associate professor from Duquesne University, concluded NYPIRG's lecture series on hydraulic fracturing Thursday. ...


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Cuomo receives anti-fracking petition that's 10,000 strong

NYPIRG collected 10,000 signatures for a petition seeking greater protection of drinking water from possible pollution caused by hydraulic fracturing. ...


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Holocaust survivor inspires campus

More than 100 members of the Binghamton University community assembled in the Fine Arts Building Sunday to hear Stephen Berger, a survivor of the Holocaust, talk about his experiences. ...


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Titus Andronicus rocks Mandela Room

Binghamton Underground Music Presents (BUMP) brought three New Jersey-based bands to campus Thursday night for a rowdy evening of music in the Mandela Room in the Old University Union. ...


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Legislation could open West Side for students

Binghamton University students and Binghamton residents discussed the proposed changes to the West Side of Binghamton's zoning code Monday in front of the City Council. ...


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Police Watch: May, 7, 2011

SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 6:55 a.m. — A building guard for the College-in-the-Woods Dining Hall reported to Binghamton’s New York State University Police that an unidentified person had broken a window, said Patrick...


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Code of Student conduct to undergo changes in authority, accountability

Binghamton University's Code of Student Conduct for 2011-12 will include a handful of significant changes that make explicit the disciplinary authority University officials and former officials have in a number of contexts. ...


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Twin River Commons housing breaks ground downtown

The Newman Development Group broke ground last week on a new student housing project in Downtown Binghamton. The privately developed, $12 million housing project will be located on Washington Street next to ...