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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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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. ...