Administration

BU evaluate options for dean of students position

Binghamton University has narrowed the search for a new dean of students down to two candidates. In December 2019, BU officials began looking to fill the vacancy in the dean of students...


Campus News

Title IX training held for all BU faculty, staff

Binghamton University’s Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS) is providing mandatory Title IX training sessions for all faculty and staff. Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination in educational institutions...


Community

Gov. Andrew Cuomo implements distance learning for CUNY, SUNY systems as coronavirus continues to spread in New York state

As the number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in New York state rose above 200 on Wednesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that distance learning will be implemented throughout the SUNY...


Campus News

BU, greater Binghamton area prepare for arrival of the coronavirus

As anxieties concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to mount, Binghamton University and the greater Binghamton area are preparing for the eventual arrival of the disease to the area. On March 4, Gov....


Community

2020 census projects low student response

Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau is required by the U.S. Constitution to conduct a census, and the country is due for a count in 2020. This year, the bureau is...


Campus News

Presenters come to campus to raise drowsy driving awareness

Ever since her sister, Nicole Lee, was killed in a drowsy driving accident 12 years ago, Jennifer Pearce has told her sister’s story to advocate for drowsy driving victims. For the last...


Community

Vestal residents raise concerns regarding housing complex proposal

Vestal residents filled both the meeting room and lobby of Vestal Town Hall on March 3 to oppose a proposed 161-unit student housing complex on the hilltop of Bunn Hill Road, a...


Campus News

Student organizations prepare to celebrate National Women's History Month

As the month of March begins, students will find a wealth of student organization-led opportunities to commemorate Women’s History Month. March was first officially designated as Women’s History Month in the United...


Campus News

Friends of Max Martinez hold vigil

The Binghamton University community learned of the death of Max Martinez from a Dateline announcement sent shortly after 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29. Just a day later, hundreds of people attended...


Science & Research

BU hosts 3MT competition for the first time

At Binghamton University’s first-ever Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, 25 graduate students presented their current research, ranging from celiac disease to automated services, last week. The 3MT competition originated in 2008 from...