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Visiting professor looks to Ohio temple to explain divides in the Mormon community

He explained the mixed reactions that LDS church members have about the Community of Christ’s ownership of the important temple ...


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Following hottest year in history, New York state activists look to energy reform

Despite the long, grueling winter Binghamton University students faced, 2014 was globally the hottest recorded year in history. On Wednesday night, BU’s New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) hosted the Earth...


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Doctoral student describes awakening of political left in Greenwich Village

Although it’s known for high rents and fashionable stores today, Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood was a home for radical leftists and ambitious religious changes a century ago, according to Binghamton University doctoral...


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From Binghamton to the Department of Homeland Security: BU alumna shares her story

According to Burriesci, there is a lot more effort that goes into screening than is seen at airports. ...


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With New York City data, study analyzes police-community relations

Whether in New York City or Binghamton, urban residents have continued to worry about harassment and discrimination by local law enforcement. Saturday morning, researchers from both cities came together at the University...


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Across skill sets, urban planners describes contribution to society

Urban planners try to improve the welfare of a community by creating building projects and infrastructure. This can include orchestrating and designating the construction of bridges, roads and open spaces. ...


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Beyond campus, a look at professional growth

Members of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) came together Wednesday night to hear career advice from human resources professional Dan Higham, who sat down to discuss the nitty gritty of...


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Local doctor offers glimpse into careers in medicine

For those looking to go into the field of healthcare, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development hosted a local physician to give insight into the road to working in a...


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In modern France, age-old prejudice for the Jewish residents

Since the early 2000s, she said, clear anti-Semitic practices have been implemented within French society. ...


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Moroccan professor breaks down Sufism, a mystical side of Islam

More than a billion people around the world identify as Muslim, but just like with other major religions, Islam is not a monolith. Visiting from Morroco, English professor Khalid Bekkaoui looked to...