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Meet the political science professor turned expert witness

As campaign season begins to heat up, Jonathan Krasno, a professor of political science and the chair of the Faculty Senate’s Executive Committee, has made a name for himself as an expert...


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Students for Sensible Drug Policy advocate harm-reduction approaches to drug use

A group of Binghamton University students have been leading an effort to get a Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) chapter chartered on campus. The process has been spearheaded by Ben Glick...


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Students found Eating Disorder Awareness Club

The newly-founded Eating Disorder Awareness Club (EDAC) is working to educate the campus community on the complexity of eating disorders and offer support to affected students. Its founder, Hannah Yeddu, a junior...


Sex Issue 2024

'Sex and Gender in Antiquity' explores gender-based norms, homosexual relationships between historical figures

A course offered by the Middle Eastern and Ancient Mediterranean Studies (MEAMS) department allows students to explore how gender and sexuality were perceived during ancient times. The course, AMS 280S: Sex and...


Sex Issue 2024

A Q&A with Diane Miller Sommerville

Diane Miller Sommerville is a professor of history at Binghamton University. She teaches “Sex in American History” and “Women, Family and Sex in the Early United States,” which focus on issues regarding...


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Neurodiversity Club, founded in 2022, strives to create a safe space for all students

The Neurodiversity Club (NDC), founded at Binghamton University in 2022, strives to foster an inclusive environment for all individuals. Upon recognizing a lack of space for neurodivergent students on campus, Kimberly Mourao,...


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Harpur's Ferry, in its 51st year, provides hands-on medical education and free emergency medical care

Entering its 51st year, Harpur’s Ferry, Binghamton University’s student-run volunteer ambulance service, continues its work providing essential medical care to the greater campus community, while offering hands-on education for students interested in...


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How do men perceive consent? University lab seeks answers

To aid in the effort to combat sexual violence, the Center for Transdisciplinary Research on Intimate Relationships has been studying the relationship between men’s emotional regulation and the degree to which they...


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UniverCity Tenants Union continues its fight for housing justice

Heading into its second year, the UniverCity Tenants Union (UCTU) continues its work in pursuit of more just housing practices for both students and community members. The union was formed in spring...


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Arab Student Association, newly formed, fosters unity and appreciation for Arab culture on campus

This September, a group of students founded the Arab Student Association (ASA), a new organization dedicated to fostering unity, awareness and appreciation of Arab cultures on campus. Through Arabic language, music, dance,...


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Students compete in Annual Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

After months of study, four Binghamton University students competed in the 17th-Annual Ethics Bowl. On Thursday, March 31, two graduate and two undergraduate students represented BU at the annual Ethics Bowl, held...