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Hinman pens children's book for Campus Pre-School

All housing communities on campus hold events like festivals, spirit events or co-rec sports. While Hinman College also holds events like these, it asserts that its main focus is on community service....


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English professor Joe Church brings love of philosophy to classes

Joseph Church, an expert in existential thinking and an associate professor of English at Binghamton University, said he began questioning the world as a young boy after learning that the Earth was...


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Graduate student mixes Mars rovers and memes

It may seem unlikely for an employee of NASA to be the same person running a Facebook page dedicated to memes. However, Erik Langert, who graduated from Binghamton University last year and...


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University plans to offer BFA in musical theatre

In the halls of the Fine Arts Building, among singers and dancers and actors, something’s missing — and the BU theatre department is set on fixing it. The department is currently undergoing...


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BU Breakers: Turning the University on its head

For the three founding members of BU Breakers, the art of break-dancing is more than just head-spins, flips and sliding tricks. “Break-dancers use this form of dancing as a way to express...


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Cafe offers free coffee and a cozy study space

City Light Coffee serves up piping hot “coffee with a cause.” “We buy coffee that does more than just line the pockets of somebody — for every blend that we buy there’s...


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Professor turns arithmetic into artistic inspiration

For Alex Feingold, a professor of mathematics at Binghamton University, art and math go hand in hand. His office in Whitney Hall of Old Dickinson Community feels more like an art classroom...


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Q&A with the TA

Because of the 12-hour time difference, it can be difficult for Reisinger to help his URP students one-on-one. To remedy this, he has a teaching assistant (TA) who spends the semester in...


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Geography 151 builds bridge between two continents

 Mark Reisinger, associate professor of geography at Binghamton University, and his students had been discussing socioeconomic status around the globe when they took a break to learn about some upcoming holidays. Rosh...


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Auxiliary Services puts students first

If you buy anything on the Binghamton University campus — from a textbook to a bottle of Sprite — it has likely been subject to a discussion in the Auxiliary Services office....


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Visual Media Arts Center serves engineers and artists

From the minute you stepped onto Binghamton University’s campus, you’ve seen the work that the Visual Media Center produces — whether it’s signs advertising the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development...