Speakers

REACH hosts screening of documentary and panel to discuss effects of HPV

Christine Baze, an Elmira, New York native and a survivor of cervical cancer, has been telling people about her experiences with human papillomavirus, or HPV, for years. On Tuesday evening, students, faculty...


SUNY News

SUNY announces appointment of new chancellor

On Monday, the SUNY Board of Trustees announced that Kristina Johnson will serve as the 13th chancellor of SUNY. Current Chancellor Nancy Zimpher will step down after eight years this July, after...


Campus News

Q Center hosts Gender Affirming Clothing Swap, provides safe space for all gender idenitites

Clothes shopping is an often enjoyable activity, but for many transgender and gender nonconforming people, the task can be stressful, frustrating and humiliating. Often, transgender individuals face challenges in finding correct sizes...


Police Watch

Police Watch: 4/27/17

Fake license discovered in lost wallet MONDAY, April 24, 10 a.m — Officers discovered a fake driver’s license in a wallet turned in to the lost and found, according to Investigator Patrick...


News

Binghamton University junior arrested for possession of methamphetamine, fentanyl worth $10k

A Binghamton University student was arrested Friday for possession of approximately $10,000 worth of methamphetamine and fentanyl, a strong synthetic opiate. According to the New York State Police, Bryan Shin, a junior...


Speakers

Van Jones discusses current political climate, issues facing America

What can one person do? For Van Jones, a civil rights leader, former White House adviser under Barack Obama and current CNN political commentator, the answer is a lot. On Sunday afternoon...


Campus News

iFest+ celebrates multiculturalism at BU

On Sunday afternoon, students gathered in the Peace Quad and Old Dickinson Community to celebrate diversity at iFest+, an outdoor festival and the most recent incarnation of the International Festival, which began...


Campus News

Big brands strengthen caffeine presence at BU through student recruitment

Caffeine, the most widely used drug on the planet, is consumed by college students both early in the morning and late at night. Products containing the drug are now more accessible to...


News

Students pick up trash in Downtown Binghamton at Earth Day clean-up

In celebration of Earth Day, Binghamton University students and community members alike participated in a city of Binghamton cleanup event. Approximately 50 volunteers met at Despina’s Mediterranean Taste on Hawley Street to...


Science & Research

Cuomo grants School of Pharmacy permit to study hemp, research medical benefits of cannabidiol

Binghamton University will be one of four New York schools to begin researching the chemical properties of hemp as part of the state’s Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program. According to a recent...