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Law firm Husch Blackwell investigates Title IX policies at BU

As Binghamton University attempts to address sexual violence on campus, national legal firm Husch Blackwell seeks to discover the opinions of campus administration and students about new and existing Title IX campus...


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Students reflect on dining experiences in campus quarantine locations

Throughout the semester, Binghamton University Dining Services (BUDS) has worked to ensure that students in quarantine and isolation on campus continue to have access to campus dining. Students were given access to...


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Undergraduate admissions process adapts to COVID-19 challenges

In response to limitations imposed by COVID-19, Binghamton University’s admissions process has adapted to cater to prospective students in the midst of college application season. Applicants can expect to witness a heavier...


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Winter session tuition increases for out-of-state students

Binghamton University students are signing up for winter courses, and some students may be in for a surprise when the bill arrives at the end of the winter session. According to Ariel...


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BU co-hosts virtual Let Us Dream conference

Over the weekend, Binghamton University co-hosted the Let Us Dream conference, an international event focused on international cooperation and creating a diverse environment. Held virtually from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22, each...


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BU moves all classes online for the remainder of the semester

As COVID-19 cases rise nationwide, Binghamton University has moved all learning online for the remainder of the semester, according to a B-Line announcement from BU President Harvey Stenger on Tuesday. BU reached...


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University adds wellness days to spring academic calendar

In response to growing concerns surrounding students’ mental health this semester, Binghamton University has added three wellness days to the spring 2021 academic calendar. The spring 2021 semester will have three nonconsecutive...


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Professor of philosophy and women, gender and sexuality studies dies at 72

Bat-Ami Bar On, 72, professor of philosophy and women, gender and sexuality studies and founding director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at Binghamton University, died on Monday,...


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University fallen victim to cybersecurity breach

During the weekend of Nov. 7, computer servers at Binghamton University became the target of “malicious activity” according to the University’s website, resulting in some services going offline. Library services, Kronos —...


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University Counseling Center adopts online format

In compliance with COVID-19 safety guidelines, the Binghamton University Counseling Center (UCC) has begun conducting its services in a telemental health format. A majority of the UCC’s services are conducted through Zoom...


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BUDS unveils new plan to help students with unused dining dollars

Binghamton University students living off campus or in on-campus apartments can now carry over their old dining dollars from the fall 2020 semester to the spring 2021 semester for $25. The $25...


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Watson College hires eight new professors amid $11 million deficit

Despite Binghamton University suffering from an $11 million deficit this academic year due to COVID-19, eight new assistant professors were hired in the Watson College of Engineering and Applied Sciences during the...


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BU, SUNY cancel study abroad programs for winter, spring semesters

Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, Binghamton University has decided to cancel study abroad programs for both the winter session and spring semester. All BU-sponsored study abroad programs were canceled Oct. 1. A...