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UNC Professor explains science of alcoholism

Clyde Hodge, a professor of psychiatry and pharmacology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, gave a lecture to an audience of mostly graduate students and regional professors last Friday ...


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Future of Dickinson buildings unclear

Binghamton University's plans to construct a new Dickinson Community are concrete, but what will happen to the current Dickinson buildings is not set in stone. ...


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Aldo Bernardo, Harpur visionary, passes at 91

Aldo Bernardo, a long-serving professor of Italian and comparative literature at Triple Cities College, Harpur College and SUNY Binghamton who was recognized as one of the world's leading Dante scholars, died on ...


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Student panel discusses whether prostitution should be legal

The legal status of prostitution was discussed by members of two of Binghamton University's Greek Life organizations Wednesday evening in the Old University Union. ...


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Elizabethan Madrigal Feaste to take over Mandela Room this weekend

Noblemen and wenches alike are invited to attend the Elizabethan Madrigal Feaste, two nights of food, drink, song and entertainment in the style of Renaissance England. ...


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Stenger to attend this year's Frost Fest

Preparations to transform the Old University Union into a winter wonderland this weekend are snowballing.  ...


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Tamasha Indian dance show set for Saturday

Binghamton University's Indian International Student Union will host its annual cultural show, Tamasha, at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Fine Arts Building Watters Theater. ...


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Coursekit website looks to challenge Blackboard

Coursekit, a free "learning management system" (LMS) website that hopes to carve out some of Blackboard's market at Binghamton University, launched Tuesday. ...


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SA to give gifts to needy children with 'Operation SAnta'

The Student Association has organized a charity gift drive, "Operation SAnta," to spread holiday cheer to underprivileged children in the Binghamton area this winter. ...


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New York redistricting battles brew before 2012 elections

With the 2012 elections less than a year away, the New York State Legislature has not yet enacted the redrawing of New York's district lines for State Legislature and U.S. House of ...