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Contract would govern groups' use of campus spaces

The BU administration is asking the SA to formalize a contract that will permit student groups to use space on campus. ...


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Tough job market leads some to question choice of major

The current job market has left students questioning whether to choose majors based on job availability or on their academic interests. ...


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Author to discuss life under Apartheid

Binghamton University's African Student Organization will host a lecture by South African-born writer Mark Mathabane on "Our Common Humanity" as part of ASO's Black History Month series. ...


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Alumnae file lawsuit against University

Three Binghamton University alumnae who claim they were overcharged for tuition brought a class-action lawsuit against BU and SUNY. ...


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Bearcats coach receives two-year extension

After more than 15 months of uncertainty, the Binghamton University men's basketball team now has an official permanent head coach. ...


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Police Watch: Feb. 11, 2011

SUNDAY, FEB. 6, 12:51 a.m. — Officers on patrol responded to a report that the odor of marijuana had been detected in Newing College’s Bingham Hall, said Investigator Dennis P. Bush of...


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For job-seekers, career fair offers opportunities of networking

The CDC's upcoming Job and Internship Fair may be a final opportunity for some students to connect with potential employers before graduation. ...


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Business frat to organize fashion show

Students looking to sharpen up their professional wardrobe and etiquette can attend the fifth annual Dress for Success fashion show. ...


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Researcher catalogs hundreds of archaeological sites

A Binghamton University graduate student has created a database that may provide evidence for human habitation in the Americas as early as 200,000 years ago. ...


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Student Association, University agree to OCCT contract

A contract has been negotiated between BU and the OCCT bus company that would allow greater access to maintenance. ...