Campus News

S.H.I.N.E. hosts discussion on racist incidents, inequality

In an effort to reduce inequality and facilitate a discussion regarding racism at Binghamton University, the Service for Health, Inequality reduction, Natural disaster relief and Education (S.H.I.N.E.) hosted “Instances of Racism on...


Greek Life

Pi Lambda Phi fraternity suspended from campus following hazing allegations

Binghamton University’s chapter of Pi Lambda Phi has been suspended from campus after allegations of hazing surfaced roughly three weeks ago. On Monday, March 25, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life...


Police Watch

Police Watch: April 10, 2019

The following reports were provided by Investigator Robert Meddleton of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Fraud from the Philippines FRIDAY, April 5, 3:24 p.m. — A 22-year-old male contacted UPD to...


Campus News

Binghamton University to offer Master of Science in human rights

Beginning in fall 2019, Binghamton University will be offering a Master of Science in human rights, marking the first human rights master’s program offered by a school in the SUNY system. Suzy...


Campus News

Hindu Student Council, Delta Epsilon Psi host eighth annual Holi celebration on campus

More than 350 Binghamton University students were splattered with various colors for the eighth annual celebration of Holi, a Hindu holiday that welcomes spring, on the Newing College co-rec field on Sunday...


Campus News

DIVEST BING calls for financial transparency regarding University endowment, investments

Student members of DIVEST BING, a recently revived campus organization, are calling on Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger for financial transparency of the school’s $152,000,000 endowment. The University’s investments are handled by...


Campus News

Speech and Debate Team makes first appearance in elimination rounds at the National Debate Tournament

Binghamton University’s nationally ranked speech and debate team appeared for the first time in the elimination rounds at the National Debate Tournament (NDT) on Monday, March 25, an accomplishment that coach Joseph...


Campus News

Vice President for Academic Affairs proposes new course retake policy

If a Binghamton University student receives an F in a class, they have the opportunity to retake the course and average their failing grade with the grade they received on their second...


Community

Binghamton mayor sees tax assessment decrease by $47,700

Binghamton Mayor Rich David saw his property tax assessment for his personal residence at 45 Court St. drop by $47,700 for 2018. While David broke no laws while obtaining the assessment and...


Speakers

Sustainable Communities TAE talk highlights homelessness in Southern Tier

The state of homelessness in Binghamton, where approximately one dozen individuals spend the coldest nights without shelter, according to representatives from the Southern Tier Homeless Coalition (STHC), was addressed at a talk...