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Harry Bittker wins BU Council election

Harry Bittker, a junior majoring in political science, was elected to be the new student representative of the Binghamton University Council for the 2018-19 academic year. This year, 931 students voted in...


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University libraries prepare for potential budget cuts

In preparation for a potential budget cut next fall, Binghamton University’s libraries have identified $450,000 in electronic resources and print periodicals to possibly cancel. Of these titles, 63 will be canceled before...


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Binghamton University to host nine ceremonies for graduating students

Next weekend, approximately 3,800 Binghamton University students will don green gowns and file into the Events Center, where, surrounded by family and friends, they will celebrate their personal and academic accomplishments at...


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Religious organizations team up for Interfaith Trip

In an effort to bring various faiths together, Hillel at Binghamton, Newman House and the Muslim Student Association (MSA) came together on Sunday for a day trip to visit multiple houses of...


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'The Hyphen' highlights experiences from children of immigrants

Bringing the topic of immigration to Hinman College, resident assistants hosted an event on Thursday night titled “The Hyphen” in an effort to discuss the different identities children of immigrants face. Several...


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Brindisi talks platform, goals at Binghamton University

On May 3, Utica State Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi spoke to a room of students and community members about his campaign to become the next congressman for New York’s 22nd district. Brindisi is...


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Tours avoid Tillman Lobby during 'Day of Silence' protest

Brian Warm was holding a sign that read “I refuse to be silenced” as part of the Q Center’s Day of Silence protest on April 27 when he noticed something strange —...


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Students discuss implications of citizenship question on 2020 census

A question regarding citizenship status has not been seen on the United States census since 1950. However, U.S. residents may have to answer it on the next census in 2020. The U.S....


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Gala highlights water crisis, Israeli technology

Over one billion people currently don’t have access to clean water, according to the World Wildlife Fund. In an effort to draw attention to this water crisis and the Israeli technology used...


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'Yards for Yeardley' raises awareness of domestic violence

In the United States, about 20 people are physically abused by their partners every minute, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, volunteers...


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'Stress-Free Spring' features overnight parking, free snacks

With finals week quickly approaching, Binghamton University students are entering the most stressful time of the semester. But while studying for exams, they can take advantage of free snacks, extended study hours...


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Students, community members raise over $70K at Relay for Life

Nearly 1,000 students and community members came together in the Events Center on Saturday night to raise money for the American Cancer Society. At Binghamton University’s annual Relay for Life, participants took...


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BU Council seeks new student representative

The Binghamton University Council is seeking a new student representative for the 2018-19 academic year. The BU Council, which consists of nine unpaid members appointed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and one student...