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Protesters 'Occupy Binghamton'

Binghamton University students and Binghamton community members staged events Friday and Saturday to protest corporate greed and influence on financial and public policy. ...


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Elementary school still closed, repairs could top $37M

The Binghamton City School District is considering a number of options for fixing or replacing MacArthur Elementary School which remains closed following the recent flooding. ...


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Serbian diplomat convicted of aiding Kovacevic

A court has convicted a former Serbian diplomat of helping a Serb former Binghamton University basketball player flee the U.S. after beating a fellow American student into a coma. ...


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Blackboard problems baffle ITS, upset students

Binghamton University's Information Technology Services (ITS) reports it may have found the solution to the operating problems that have plagued Blackboard and frustrated students for the past two weeks. ...


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CHOW Walk hopes to raise more than $60,000

Binghamton University's Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and the Broome County Council of Churches will host their annual Hunger Walk this Sunday to raise awareness for the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW), ...


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Students 'Meet the SA,' voice complaints

Leaders of Binghamton University's Student Association and the Black Student Union (BSU) held a forum last night titled "Meet the Student Association" which arose out of BSU's demands that the SA do ...


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SOM to host health care summit

The Binghamton University School of Management will host the 11th annual Binghamton Symposium on Health Care Management and Policy from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow in Old University Union room 120. ...


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Library-goers queue up for lift

The Glenn G. Bartle Library Tower's east elevator, one of two in the 15-story Library Tower, has been out of commission since the start of the semester while it undergoes renovations. ...


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Police Watch: Oct. 14, 2011

FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 6:01 p.m. — A 20-year-old female driver on Center Drive was stopped for a traffic violation and found to be in possession of marijuana, said Investigator Patrick Reilly of...


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Bridge' benefit raises money for flood relief

An arts benefit show that aimed to raise funds for flood relief took place yesterday evening in the Old Union Hall. All proceeds for the event went to the United Way of ...