News

Patricia A. Fitzgerald - Vestal Councilman

Incumbent Patricia Fitzgerald is the Democratic and Independent Party candidate for Vestal Council. She is one of three candidates running for two open seats. Why are you running for your position? What...


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Fran Majewski - Vestal Supervisor

Fran Majewski is the Republican candidate for Town of Vestal supervisor. He currently serves as a member of the Vestal Council and as chairman of the Vestal Recreation Committee. Why are you...


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Shoba Agneshwar - Vestal Clerk

Shoba Agneshwar is the Conservative Party and Independent Party candidate for the Vestal clerk position. Agneshwar has served alongside the current clerk and was on the Vestal Town Board from 2015 to...


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Leon Brown - Vestal Councilman

Leon Brown is the Conservative Party and Independent Party candidate for Vestal Council. He is one of three candidates running for two open seats. Brown has more than 12 years experience as...


Community

Tercero found guilty by Nicaraguan judge in Haley Anderson murder case

On Friday, former BU student Orlando Tercero was found guilty of murdering senior Haley Anderson in March 2018, eight weeks after the start of his Nicaraguan femicide trial. After the trial was...


Campus News

University plans changes in Fine Arts Building

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger hinted at changes coming for art students and other Fine Arts Building frequenters in his annual State of the University address on Oct. 17, when he posed...


Campus News

BU researcher receives $1.2M in grants for diabetes research

A diabetes researcher at Binghamton University has racked up $1.2 million in grants toward her current studies. Sha Jin, undergraduate director of biomedical engineering, received grants from both the National Institutes of...


Campus News

College Republicans host panel to explore criticisms of socialism

Arguments against socialism were presented to students and community members alike during a political discussion hosted by Binghamton University College Republicans on Monday night. The event was held in Lecture Hall 9...


Politics

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo discusses civic engagement

The first woman to represent Broome County in the state legislature, Donna Lupardo, spoke to Binghamton University students and community members on Tuesday night. The event, hosted by the Center for Civic...


News

BU faculty run campaigns for Binghamton offices

This year’s local elections are seeing a direct intersection of education and politics as two Binghamton University faculty members are running for Binghamton City Council. Angela Riley, executive director of experimental education...