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Lost Dog expands bar into vacant space

The owners of the Lost Dog Café have broke ground on an expansion to their restaurant. ...


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CSI: New York star closes Black History Month with BSU

To celebrate the last day of Black History Month, Binghamton University’s Black Student Union brought actor, author and activist Hill Harper to campus as its keynote speaker. ...


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SUNY VINES recognized nationally for local green projects

Binghamton University was selected as a finalist for the Newman’s Own Foundation Campus Community Service Challenge’s grant competition. ...


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Java Joe’s reopened, still caught in tax debacle

Java Joe's, located at 81 State St., was closed down Feb. 22 for failure to pay sales taxes, but reopened this past Tuesday. ...


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Spring Fling concert moved to Events Center, may not be free

This year’s Spring Fling concert will be held in Binghamton University’s Events Center, and may include a ticket price for students. ...


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St. Patrick’s Day comes early in Binghamton

Binghamton’s going green this Saturday as local residents and students celebrate Binghamton’s 45th annual St. Patrick’s Parade Day. ...


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Search forum lacks student attendance

The Provost Search Committee held an open meeting on Thursday in the New University Union to gather student opinions on what they want to see in a new provost. No students attended. ...


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Grad student launches idea for online evolution magazine

Binghamton University’s evolutionary studies program has launched an online magazine that discusses new developments in the field. ...


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Lehman Hall brings quiet hours to Hinman

Hinman College’s Lehman Hall will have a new atmosphere come next semester, after it is converted from break housing to a quiet-living residence. ...


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Summer course offers three-city tour of South Africa

“Destination South Africa” is a new summer course that will offer students the ability to travel for three weeks to several cities in South Africa. ...