Community

Broome County sees red and blue flips from midterms

As the midterm election comes to a close, Binghamton University’s congressional district has flipped red. Marcus Molinaro (R) has won the election for New York’s 19th Congressional District, defeating Josh Riley (D)...


Campus News

OCCT Late Nite service reopens with new guidelines

Last Friday, the Binghamton University Student Association (SA) announced the reopening of the Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) Late Nite bus service. The decision to reinstate Late Nite comes after a several-week...


Campus News

Students petition for meal swipes system

Students have been signing a petition in favor of changing Binghamton University’s meal plan system. A group of nine students have started a petition to change BU Dining Services’ (BUDS) current meal...


Campus News

BU sees increase in reports of rape, decline in stalking and dating violence

Binghamton University’s 2022 Security and Fire Report reflects a wave of crime statistics that have shifted these past few years, including stalking and rape. The 2022 report covers reported crime incidents on...


Campus News

BU lab awarded $1.93 million in research funding

A Binghamton University lab has been awarded $1.93 million to continue their investigation of chemical reactions. Hirschi Lab, a BU research facility that uses “state-of-the-art” computational and NMR analysis, has been awarded...


Campus News

BU partners with Culinary Institute of America for externship program

Binghamton University has been approved by The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) to be an externship site for aspiring chefs. The CIA, established in 1946 as the first culinary college in the...


Campus News

KASA brings Koreatown to BU with annual banquet

Koreatown made an appearance at Binghamton University this past Tuesday, bringing a celebration of Korean culture with food, games and performances. Organized by the Korean-American Student Association (KASA), the annual Korean Banquet...


Campus News

BU hosts ceremony honoring Veterans Day

Binghamton University recently honored veterans with a ceremony and marching demonstration. This past Veterans Day, BU held a ceremony in the Couper Administration Building honoring American veterans, a celebratory tradition that has...


Campus News

"Harmful" software issue causes school-wide internet disconnection

Information Technology Services (ITS) recently warned the campus of a potentially harmful software issue. In a Nov. 8 Dateline announcement, ITS requested that all students, staff and faculty immediately disconnect from the...


Community

$500,000 EPA grant awarded to alumni-run business

KLAW Industries, a local business co-founded by a Binghamton University alumnus, has just won a $500,000 dollar grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The business was awarded the grant as a...