Campus News

"All-In for Israel" raises money for victims of terror attacks

Almost 900 people have been injured and 62 have been killed in terror attacks in Israel since September 2015, according to Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. On Tuesday, Binghamton University students raised...


Campus News

Groups face consequences for accepting Venmo

Thanks to a warning from the Student Association (SA) Executive Board, some groups selling food around campus might be less willing to take Venmo. The SA warned groups earlier this month that...


Campus News

Information Technology Services presents on accomplishments, goals

Binghamton University’s Information Technology Services (ITS) directors presented upcoming projects to students, faculty and staff on Wednesday morning. In 2016, ITS instituted its Project Management Office to manage and develop its project...


Campus News

UDiversity holds cultural conversation

The UDiversity Educational Institute started a conversation with students about diversity, inclusion and oppression in today’s society on Wednesday. During “Building Bridges to Cultural Competency,” Lea Webb, a coordinator at the UDiversity...


Campus News

Tanya Husick declared new Transportation and Parking Services executive director

Binghamton University’s new executive director of Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS), Tanya Husick, has said she intends to prioritize transportation issues at the University’s Johnson City and Downtown Binghamton facilities. Husick was...


Campus News

PULSE recognizes women of color, celebrates female empowerment

Nearly 100 students, faculty and community members, illuminated by string lights, gathered to celebrate women of color at the sixth annual Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) Banquet on Saturday evening....


Campus News

Multicultural Resource Center narrows down to three candidates for translation position

The Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) is one step closer to finding a new Translation and Interpretation Program (TIP) coordinator. Last week, the top three candidates for the position were interviewed by the...


Campus News

Religious groups create Interfaith Council

Religious organizations on campus are looking to work together under the umbrella of the Interfaith Council, established last semester. The Interfaith Council is made up of various faith-based student groups, including Hillel,...


Campus News

"What's Your Language of Love?" discussion talks self-love, relationships in college

While couples around campus celebrated Valentine’s Day, some students started a conversation about love in college. On Wednesday evening, Services for Health, Inequality Reduction, Natural Disaster Relief and Education (SHINE) presented “What’s...


Campus News

Lecture Hall and E.W. Heier Teaching and Research Greenhouses to receive facelift

Changes are coming to Binghamton University’s campus. Physical Facilities has several plans in the works to update, modernize and generally maintain academic buildings at the University, including a $2.5 million renovation of...


Campus News

Campus charity organization aims to combat global water crisis

A 2017 study published by the World Health Organization and United Nations Children’s Fund reported that three in 10 people around the world do not have access to clean and safe drinking...


Campus News

Over 250 students attend HackBU's fifth annual hackathon

This weekend, over 250 students worked to make their coding and programming ideas a reality. At HackBU’s fifth annual 24-hour hackathon, hackers, coders, programmers and web developers came together to build computer...


Campus News

BU seeks to relocate library annex to abandoned USPS building

Binghamton University is currently negotiating with the U.S. Postal Service in hopes of relocating part of its expanding library collection to an abandoned Postal Service location in Downtown Binghamton. The 60,000-square-foot Postal...