Police Watch

Police Watch: August 29, 2019

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Mark Silverio of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Mohawk altercation SATURDAY, Aug. 24, 3:14 p.m. — Officers responded to the fifth floor of Mohawk...


Off-Campus News

'Trail of Truth' honors lives lost to substance use, raises awareness on addiction

In 2014, Alexis Pleus lost her son to an overdose. And on Saturday afternoon, she joined hundreds of community members at the Peacemaker’s Stage in Binghamton to honor him on International Overdose...


Campus News

Multicultral Extravaganza continues tradition of highlighting cultural organizations

A sunny Sunday afternoon was filled with food, music and raffles as students made their way around the fourth-annual Multicultural Extravaganza (ME) at the Old Dickinson field on the Binghamton University campus....


Campus News

26th annual University Fest showcases student organizations, attractions

For the 26th year in a row, hundreds of student groups gathered at the Peace Quad on Saturday to celebrate the start of the academic year and recuit new members. This year,...


Campus News

New exhibition showcases Jewish diversity, aims to combat intolerance

In the lobby of Glenn G. Bartle Library, students and faculty may notice a new exhibition dedicated to diversity in the Jewish community. The display, titled “We are not a monolith: Diversity...


Campus News

White Coat Ceremony welcomes new students into Pharmacy School

Binghamton University’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SOPPS) welcomed 90 students by handing them white coats during a ceremony on Saturday. The event, held at the Osterhout Concert Theater in the...


Campus News

Starbucks truck introduced on campus

Three years ago, Binghamton University celebrated the grand opening of a new Starbucks in the Hinman Dining Hall. Now, the dining hall closed for construction. But coffee addicts can still get their...


Campus News

Binghamton University implements first formal food policy

A new formal food policy adopted by Binghamton University over the summer will regulate how campus groups can sell and offer edible products on campus. The policy, which outlines the University’s responsibility...


Campus News

University Union basement renovations see delays, office displacements

As returning students step on campus for the first days of classes, some may notice that a portion of the University Union basement is closed. As renovations take place behind the barriers,...


Community

Binghamton citizens rally to raise awareness on high prescription drug prices

As thousands of activists across the country gathered for the “People Over Pharma Profits” National Day of Action, local health care advocates and patients held a press conference and protest in Downtown...