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Kick-off showcases downtown businesses

Terra Cotta on State Street bustled with students and city residents enjoying the free food, entertainment and giveaways at CommuniKey’s Downtown Student Kickoff. ...


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Students gather to celebrate Obama's nomination

Last night, students crowded into Lecture Hall 14 to cheer the president on as he accepted the Democratic presidential nomination, in a live screening hosted by the College Democrats. ...


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BU Alum to run for Assembly this Fall

Already one of the youngest elected mayors in New York state history, Binghamton University alumnus Kyle Roddey may be among the youngest assemblymen in New York come elections in November. ...


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Flood still fresh one year after disaster

One year after floods caused by Tropical Storm Lee ravaged the Southern Tier, the Binghamton area is still recovering from the aftermath. ...


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Volunteer group hosts talk on globalization

Fifteen people, mostly professors, attended a presentation on Thursday about transforming the city of Binghamton into a sustainable economy through localization, the reduction of dependency on export markets by promoting local production ...


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Union food court may not open until 2014

With construction projects running rampant on campus, University officials differ on whether the University Union Food Court can still be finished on schedule. ...


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Target hosts late-night sales

With the help of social media and special hours, Target attracted hundreds of Binghamton University students to their store on Friday for a night of free food, shopping and fun. ...


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New students face record high in forced triples

With an increase in enrollment, Binghamton University has had to house nearly 600 more students in temporary triples this year than last fall. ...


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Sweltering heat doesn't stifle University Fest

Students gather for music, giveaways and fun during Welcome Back Weekend. ...


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BU sees increase in international students

Nearly 700 students attended the international student orientation this year, up from around 500 last year. ...