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Binghamton tells ‘Occupy’ to stay out

After their eviction last month, the Occupy Binghamton movement has been permanently displaced following a historic 6-1 verdict reached Wednesday at Binghamton’s City Hall that banned camping in Binghamton’s public spaces. ...


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Downtown bars busted first weekend of semester

The Binghamton Police Department raided several bars on State Street last Friday night at around 12:45 a.m. ...


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Survey of U.S. singles blows up sex stereotypes

Match.com published the second-annual “Singles in America,” a national survey — compiled in part with BU’s Evolutionary Studies Program (EVoS) — that contained a variety of statistics, including which political party typically ...


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SUNY board supports financial aid for immigrant students

The SUNY Board of Trustees voted unanimously in late January to pass a resolution in support of the ideas promulgated by New York’s DREAM Act. ...


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For some engineering students, a chance for real work at BU

Engineering students can gain hands-on experience developing projects throughout campus as part of a Physical Facilities design internship. ...


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CDC brings recruiters for Spring Job and Internship Fair

The Career Development Center hosted the Spring Job and Internship Fair yesterday in Binghamton University’s Events Center. Recruiters from 61 companies and organizations set up booths to speak with students about internship ...


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Scoreboard space repurposed into Underground club

The Underground is the newest addition to the bar scene in Binghamton, bringing a club-like atmosphere to the State Street lineup. ...


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Winter course on global economy sends students to India

For the third year in a row, the Binghamton University School of Management organized a winter break trip to India for students to learn about business in the economically booming country. Vishal...


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Black History Month honored on campus

The Black Student Union (BSU) and B.L.A.C.K. (Blacks, Latinos, Asians and Caucasians Keeping Unity) have teamed up to organize events honoring Black History Month. Bernard Desilus, president of B.L.A.C.K. and a junior...


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Real performers leave their instruments at home

Last Saturday evening, Binghamton a cappella groups Kaskeset and The Crosbys hosted the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinals in Watters Theater. The Rhythm Method was the sole BU...