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Binghamton University receives more than $2 million in FEMA funding for 2011 flood damage

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer visited the University Downtown Center (UDC) Thursday to announce that Binghamton University has received $2.1 million in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funds as reimbursement for repairs...


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Hilarity for Charity raises funds for Alzheimer's research

Around 50 attendees gathered in the Undergrounds of the Old University Union on Monday evening to watch Hilarity for Charity (HFC), a student group at Binghamton University, host its second annual talent...


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Search continues for new dean of Harpur College

The search for a new Harpur College of Arts and Sciences dean is underway, with two candidates having already presented their plans and two more scheduled to visit within the next week....


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SA Spotlight highlights origins of Black Lives Matter

Donning a Snoop Dogg ‘92 T-shirt and a flat-brim cap, Binghamton University sociology department chair Michael West addressed a room of about 80 students in a discussion about the African American struggle,...


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Watson School to research what attracts international students to BU

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger and the Watson Institute for Systems Excellence (WISE), a research group composed of students and faculty from the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences,...


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Chick-N-Bap to open location in CIW Nite Owl

On March 10, popular Binghamton University Marketplace vendor Chick-N-Bap will be opening a new location in College-in-the-Woods’ Nite Owl. Since the Nite Owl location in College-in-the-Woods closed in late 2015, Nite Owl...


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University recieves two seven-figure donations

Binghamton University received two seven-figure donations within the last two weeks, both in honor of professors who have served the University for many decades. The first donation was made by professor emeritus...


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Aspiring engineers take part in scientific experiments at ITC

Hundreds of children from the Binghamton community packed into the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC) on Saturday for a chance to participate in science challenges and experiments, and to learn about what science...


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M-HOPE interns seeks to destigmatize mental health issue

Binghamton University’s Mental Health Outreach Peer Educators (M-HOPE) discussed ways to destigmatize mental health, find healthy and nutritious ways to eat on campus and help peers feel more comfortable using resources available...


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Harvey Stenger and Ryan Vaughan get personal with Creativity+

More than 100 students gathered in the Admissions Building on Tuesday evening for a discussion between two of Binghamton University’s most well-known figures, President Harvey Stenger and adjunct English professor Ryan Vaughan,...


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BU alumna offers advice on pursuing a career in marketing

Samantha Marsilla spoke to the members of Binghamton University’s Women in Business (WIB) club via Skype in the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development on Wednesday about how she utilizes her...


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Google engineering manager discusses career after BU

On Tuesday evening, James Bankoski, a Binghamton University alumnus and an engineering manager at Google, spoke to students about his career path. The talk, given in the Jay S. and Jeanne Benet...


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Quantitative problem-solving skills emphasized at workshop

On Friday afternoon, Andrea MacArgel, an instructional designer for Binghamton University’s Center for Learning and Teaching, hosted an information session for educators on how they can help students improve their quantitative problem-solving...