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SUNDAY, JAN. 30, 2:35 a.m. — A 36-year-old male cab driver dropping students off from Downtown told officers on patrol that he was being harassed by three male students, according to Investigator...


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Scholar compiles advice for freshman survival guide

New students may find a helpful resource in navigating Binghamton University in the form of a guide created by an RA. ...


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Bar owner told DJ to shout "fire," say police

The owners of Scoreboard Bar and the Rathskeller Pub were arrested Friday for allegedly selling alcohol to underage students and endangering patrons' lives. ...


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Students' rights group ranks BU third worst for free speech

Binghamton University proudly touts its high national rankings, most recently Kiplinger’s rating of affordable quality in higher education, but there is one rating it may not be so eager to flaunt. The...


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Construction produces over $100 million boost to region

Research shows that for every dollar of investment in Binghamton University, about eight are infused into the economy of the Greater Binghamton area and the state. ...


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Health Services renovates facility for efficiency

The opening ceremony for Binghamton University's new Decker Student Health Services Center unveiled renovations funded by a $1.5 million donation. ...


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Police Watch

TUESDAY, JAN. 25, 9 p.m. — A 20-year-old female student reported that her wallet was stolen from the computer PODS in Glenn G. Bartle Library, according to Investigator Dennis P. Bush of...


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Senator backs credit to help families pay tuition costs

The American Opportunity Tax Credit can help students and families offset the cost of college by up to $2,500, but it was underutilized last year. ...


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BU forgoes national trend of banning smoking

Binghamton University is not considering jumping on the national trend of banning smoking on campus, but a survey reveals the majority of students would support a ban. ...


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Professor's model predicts societal violence

As revolutionary protests continue throughout Egypt and northern Africa, a predictive model designed by a Binghamton University professor may be able to bring some level of understanding to the chaos of the...