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ResLife aims to retain upperclassmen in Newing

Residential Life has created the Newing College Leadership Assistant Program in an attempt to fairly distribute rooms in Newing College, which are currently under construction. ...


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SA revokes NYPIRG's BU charter on claims of defiance

Binghamton University's chapter of New York Public Interest Research Group has been forced to face the possibility this week that its 37-year existence as a campus institution may be in its death ...


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Arabic major more popular than ever at BU

Binghamton University is the only SUNY university to currently offer a complete degree program in Arabic Studies, and the department is continuing to grow. ...


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Bar owner to recast site for housing

Plans to build apartments over the Rathskeller Pub in Downtown Binghamton were approved last week and building will begin shortly. ...


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Discovery may signal shift in theories of human evolution

A visiting assistant professor at Binghamton University was involved with the recent discovery of eight ancient human teeth that may provide evidence about human evolutionary history. ...


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Political science major receives prestigious fellowship

A BU senior is one of just a dozen college students nationwide to receive the American Political Science Association (APSA) Minority Fellowship. ...


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Facebook application features global influence of research

At the end of the fall 2010 semester, Binghamton University launched a Facebook application designed to show the University's global reach. ...


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Police Watch: Feb. 15, 2011

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 9:28 p.m. — Officers on patrol pulled over a vehicle after it had committed numerous traffic violations, said Investigator Dennis P. Bush of Binghamton’s New York State University Police....


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Office provides semblance of normalcy for transfers

The Transfer Student Initiatives Office was created prior to the start of fall 2010 to ease transfer students' transition into the Binghamton University community. ...


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As Egypt turmoil brews, students, staff reflect

Students and professors share their perspectives on the Egyptian uprising that recently deposed President Hosni Mubarak after 30 years in power. ...