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Alpha Phi charter suspended

One of Binghamton University's oldest sororities, Alpha Phi, has had its charter suspended by its parent organization. ...


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Groups to honor Israel's founding

Hillel at Binghamton University and Bearcats for Israel will celebrate Israel's independence with a carnival and barbecue today in the Dickinson Amphitheater. ...


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University to house BCC students as part of pilot transfer program

About 40 select students who will attend Broome Community College will live on Binghamton University's campus next year as part of a new program between the two schools. ...


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Day of Action promotes community service

As part of the Residential Life Social Justice Education Committee's Day of Action, students, faculty and staff gathered on Friday to learn about different community service opportunities. ...


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Titus Andronicus rocks Mandela Room

Binghamton Underground Music Presents (BUMP) brought three New Jersey-based bands to campus Thursday night for a rowdy evening of music in the Mandela Room in the Old University Union. ...


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Legislation could open West Side for students

Binghamton University students and Binghamton residents discussed the proposed changes to the West Side of Binghamton's zoning code Monday in front of the City Council. ...


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Police Watch: May, 7, 2011

SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 6:55 a.m. — A building guard for the College-in-the-Woods Dining Hall reported to Binghamton’s New York State University Police that an unidentified person had broken a window, said Patrick...


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Entrepreneurs launch social networking site for résumés

A group of students from the Binghamton University School of Management launch a start-up website to help students and professionals edit their rèsumès. ...


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Face recognition software could detect pain in patients

A Binghamton University professor is trying to develop software that can discern emotion in human facial expression. ...


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Scientist lectures on negative impacts of local fracking

Brady Porter, an associate professor from Duquesne University, concluded NYPIRG's lecture series on hydraulic fracturing Thursday. ...