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BUBS busts a move at first-ever break dance competition

The Binghamton University Breakdance Squad hosted the groups' first-ever dance battle last night. ...


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Physicist warns of fracking's radioactive side effects

Marvin Resnikoff, a physicist and former professor from University at Buffalo, gave a talk yesterday evening in Old Union Hall about hyrdaulic fracturing. ...


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Task Force sets goals for change

Binghamton University has taken steps to begin implementing student-suggested changes to the undergraduate curriculum. ...


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Fracking forum sparks Downtown rally

The Department of Environmental Conservation held a forum in Downtown Binghamton yesterday where hydraulic fracturing was heatedly debated.  ...


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State funds for BU hit historic low: 21 percent

State funding for Binghamton University is at an all-time low. ...


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SA may change its rules for new student groups

Binghamton University's Student Association may change its rules for how new student groups become chartered. ...


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Vandalism in Broome Hall leads to police patrols

Newing College's Broome Hall has experienced a rash of vandalism this semester that has caused Residential Life to implement regular patrols of the hallways by officers of Binghamton University's New York State ...


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GradeGuru website draws ire of Harpur College

Harpur College is looking to take steps to prevent students from using the website www.GradeGuru.com, a site that allows college students to share class notes freely. ...


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SOM adviser exhorts students to work harder

An adviser in Binghamton University's School of Management has called out SOM students for laziness. ...


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Students, locals embrace 'No Shave November'

Many Binghamton students have set aside their razors and will let beards, mustaches and, for girls, even leg hair grow freely during a month-long celebration of "No Shave ...