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University, local organizations mobilize students to vote in midterm elections

According to the 2018 Voter Engagement Survey from The Atlantic, 28 percent of young adults ages 18 to 29 said they will definitely be voting in the 2018 midterm elections, when all...


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Risk Management and Administrative Compliance, Human Resources take over investigation of discrimination claims from DEI

Changes are coming to the way discrimination investigations are handled at Binghamton University. Due to a lack of resources and revised state union contracts, the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)...


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Libraries wait to hear exact budget cuts, plan to cancel expensive titles

During the spring semester, Binghamton University Libraries anticipated a $450,000 budget cut in electronic resources and print periodicals for the current semester due to a campuswide budget reduction. Now, University Libraries are...


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Student coalition protests at College of Community and Public Affairs gala fundraiser

Donned in black clothing, students gathered at the Binghamton University Downtown Center (UDC) to protest the second annual University Downtown Gala on Friday evening. The students had three demands: complete transparency as...


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University updates posting policy in wake of UDC protests

With new bulletin boards around campus, Binghamton University is changing its posting policy and allowing students to hang posters unrelated to academics, events, housing and items for sale, a move that is...


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Binghamton University rises in U.S. News and World Report college rankings

Binghamton University rose six spots in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 Best Public Colleges rankings. In 2018, the University was ranked No. 87 on the “Best National Universities” list and...


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South Asian student organizations collaborate, discuss religion at kickoff event

In an effort to break stereotypes and foster greater understanding between students, multiple South Asian organizations came together for their first kickoff event, “Breaking Barriers.” Hosted on Thursday evening by the Indian...


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Binghamton University's NAACP chapter hosts annual "Get to Know Us" panel

In an effort to foster a discussion about culture and ethnicity on the Binghamton University campus, BU’s chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) hosted its annual...


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Deanne Ellison named new director of Auxiliary Services

Multiple departments at Binghamton University have a new boss — Deanne Ellison. Ellison, the University’s new director of Auxiliary Services, officially started her duties on Aug. 20. She replaced former Auxiliary Services...


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University sees increase in Tuesday, Thursday classes for fall 2018 semester

Melanie Skapinski has four back-to-back classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays. While she was choosing classes for this semester, Skapinski, an undeclared freshman, tried to enroll in courses scheduled on Monday, Wednesday and...


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Community Connections' brings local nonprofits, organizations to UDC

Tables filled the University Downtown Center’s lobby Wednesday afternoon as local organizations gathered for the first Community Connections event of the year. Hosted by Binghamton University’s College of Community and Public Affairs...


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Roque reverses decision, pleads guilty to second-degree murder

On Friday, Michael Roque, the former Binghamton University student accused of murdering freshman Joao Souza in April, pleaded guilty to one indictment of second-degree murder at an arraignment in Broome County Court....