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Grad applications up in stagnant economy

The nation's stalled job market may be influencing students' decisions to attend graduate school, according to experts at Binghamton University. ...


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Police Watch Apr. 12, 2011

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 12:22 a.m. — Officers on patrol noticed two male students who were acting suspiciously in the woods behind College-in-the-Woods’ Oneida Hall, said Investigator Patrick J. Reilly of Binghamton’s New...


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Fundraising attempts are major factor in Financial Council budget allocations

The compiled notes of multiple members of the Student Association Financial Council (FinCo) from their meetings with student groups gave some indication of how FinCo works and the factors that play into ...


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BU proceeds with law school plans

As Binghamton University moves forward with a plan for a new law school, voices from around the state are concerned that an already strained job market may not be able to support ...


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FinCo apologizes for dubbing Black Student Union a welfare group

The publication of an unofficial document consisting of compiled notes of members of the Student Association's Financial Council exposed disparaging remarks made toward numerous student groups. ...


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Study shows water cups don't clean pong balls

The next time students team up for a round of beer pong, they should consider the risk involved of germs and diseases spreading between participants, medical experts say. ...


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Assembly finalizes budget for next year

The Binghamton University Student Assembly passed the 2011-12 Student Association budget Monday night, after finalizing changes to the more than $700,000 that funds student groups. ...


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From Columbine comes a message of kindness

BU students were asked to accept Rachel's Challenge, the positive message of a Columbine shooting victim, when the program came to the Mandela Room Monday. ...


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BAMS and ASU hold week long cultural events

The Binghamton University Association for Mixed Students spent the past week focusing on the merging cultures and increasing appreciation for the multi-ethnic heritage during their cultural week. ...


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Former DEA agent and High Times editor argue in Q-and-A

Students filled the Mandela Room to hear Bob Stutman, a retired DEA agent, and Steve Hager, editor of High Times magazine, debate marijuana's legal status. ...