Campus News

BU senior receives support from community following skiing accident

Rebecca Koltun, a senior at Binghamton University majoring in Spanish, and her brother Erik, ’19, went skiing at Stratton Mountain in Vermont on Saturday, March 13. It was during this trip that...


Campus News

College-in-the-Woods Dining Center to reopen on March 29

As the number of students in isolation and quarantine housing at Binghamton University continues to decline, the College-in-the-Woods Dining Center is set to reopen. On March 23, BU President Harvey Stenger announced...


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BU announces plans to return to in-person instruction and campus life

Binghamton University has begun planning for a “near” normal campus experience for the upcoming fall semester. BU President Harvey Stenger announced at a Student Association (SA) Congress meeting Tuesday night that students...


Campus News

University Union to provide COVID-19 vaccinations as eligibility expands

As COVID-19 vaccine distribution continues to expand in the United States, Binghamton University students will soon get their turn. On March 29, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the expansion of...


Campus News

Campus Citizen Review Board begins research into UPD policies, procedures

Binghamton University’s Campus Citizen Review Board (CCRB), established in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, has begun to review the practices and policies of Binghamton’s New York State University Police (UPD)....


Campus News

BPALC, ASU hold "Binghamton Stop Asian Hate Crimes" rally

Over the past few weeks, individuals across the country have been mobilizing in solidarity after a year of heightened anti-Asian violence exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic — and the Binghamton University community...


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I-GMAP hosts dialogue on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

In an effort to spread awareness of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Binghamton University’s Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) is hosting a weeklong event for affected families to share their stories....


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Faculty call for change following racist incident in sociology class

One month after several racist incidents occurred at Binghamton University, faculty are calling on the administration to take action. In a B-Line Addition on Feb. 27, BU President Harvey Stenger acknowledged the...


Coronavirus

Students attempt to get vaccinated for COVID-19

As COVID-19 vaccines are becoming more readily available, Binghamton University students are signing up to receive theirs. While not every student is eligible for the vaccine yet, those who fall into New...


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BU sees steady decrease in COVID-19 cases

After weeks of rising COVID-19 cases on campus, there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel, as cases have begun to decline. During the first week of March, quarantine...


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Entrepreneur Connect seeks to link students in business

The new Entrepreneur Connect club is creating a collaborative space for students in Broome County to share ideas, forge partnerships and push themselves in the world of business. Open to both Binghamton...


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Several new clubs established at BU

A variety of new clubs are appearing on campus, serving a broad range of students from bird lovers to LGBTQ students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. These are but...


Campus News

Roundtable debate discusses UPD and First Amendment rights

In an effort to continue the discussion surrounding students’ constitutional rights on-campus, multiple Binghamton University groups teamed up to facilitate a conversation among student panelists about campus police and First Amendment rights....