Campus News

State of the University emphasizes expanding health sciences, economic renewal

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger highlighted the next steps of his Road Map initiative on Thursday during his annual State of the University address. University faculty, staff and community leaders congregated in...


Police Watch

9/7 Police Watch

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Intoxicated student removed from bus line SATURDAY, Sept. 2, 11:11 p.m. — Officers were stationed at...


Campus News

Off-campus living options, safety explored at housing fair

In the wake of two assaults of Binghamton University students in Downtown Binghamton, the Housing and Safety Fair, hosted by the Off Campus College Council, touched on safety precautions for those who...


Community

EOP counselor Erik Colon memorialized at vigil

Erik Colon, an academic counselor for the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) at Binghamton University, passed away Sunday due to health complications related to diabetes. He was 36 years old. Colon was a...


Campus News

Parking Services installs license plate recognition software

Students wishing to park on campus will no longer have to wait in line at Binghamton University Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) for a sticker decal or hangtag. Beginning this semester, TAPS...


Speakers

Geography Department discusses immigrants' effects on cities

As the topic of immigration moves to the forefront of national consciousness, Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen emphasized the vital role immigrants continue to play in helping cities around the United States thrive. This was...


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Campus News

Number of forced dorm triples increases

In a room in O’Connor Hall of Dickinson Community, Noah Lee shares a desk with his roommate Matthew Jacobsen, forced to head to a friend’s room or Glenn G. Bartle Library whenever...


Campus News

Class of 2021 reaches record enrollment

If you think the freshman sitting next to you in class is smarter than you, they probably are ― or at least they got higher grades in high school. According to Pipe...


Campus News

Mountainview pilot program redefines RA role, residential experience

Resident assistants (RAs) are a thing of the past in the Mountainview College living community. This year, RAs, who used to number two a floor in each of four buildings, have been...