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Indian Harvest comes to Mountainview

Indian Harvest, a culinary company that supplies food service businesses with whole grains, rice and legumes, held a sampling event for students in the Appalachian Collegiate Center on Thursday. ...


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Rice remembered for positivity and spirit

Dorothy "Dottie" Rice, an adjunct linguistics lecturer at Binghamton University, died Saturday afternoon following a bicycle accident. ...


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Speaker advocates political parties

Don Green, Ivy League professor and political writer, spoke at Binghamton University Thursday about strategies to mobilize voters. ...


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Author discusses leadership, goals

Corna shares life-changing story, hopes and dreams ...


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Updating: Greek Life student officials arrested on Saturday

Binghamton University announced on Tuesday morning that the City of Binghamton Police Department (BPD) had been investigating fraternity parties on Friday night and arrested officials from two fraternities on charges ...


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Ross Park Zoo hosts annual 'Boo' for families

Binghamton’s Ross Park Zoo is holding its annual Family Boo at the Zoo event each weekend in October to provide Halloween fun for local Binghamton families. ...


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HSC, IGSO stick it out for Navratri

Old Union Hall came alive Sunday night with the sounds of Garba and Raas, a traditional Indian dance done with wooden sticks, as students gathered to celebrate Navratri. ...


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BU professor miniaturizes blood testing

New technology developed by a Binghamton University professor and his research partner from the University of Cincinnati could take the blood-testing process out of the lab and put it in a chip. ...


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Fraternities, sororities "step" up for charity

Fraternities and sororities stepped up to see who would reign supreme in Binghamton University’s second annual step show, “Watch the Throne.” ...


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5k honors Faust

Homecoming race commemorates deceased alumna, counselor ...