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Council recommends presidential candidates to Chancellor

The Binghamton University Council has made recommendations for BU's next president to SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher and her executive committee. ...


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Cuomo announces major budget cuts

Gov. Cuomo announced his budget for fiscal year 2011-12. The governor proposed significant cuts in funding to education and Medicaid. ...


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Study finds college males less interested in romance than females are

A new study conducted at Binghamton University found significant differences between genders on their views of relationships and sexual hookups. ...


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Research back on track after flood

The psychology department secured funding from the SUNY Research Foundation to replace damaged equipment from the Nov. 17 water main break. ...


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Instructors question value of RateMyProfessor

If students wonder if professors read www.RateMyProfessor.com, they do, though most feel the advice on the website has little value. ...


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Police Watch

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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Sodexo server offline over four-day period

The computer systems that control meal plan transactions at Binghamton University failed last Friday and did not come back online until Tuesday. ...


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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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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. ...