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Local artist's success stems from move to Binghamton

A local artist has paved her own way to success — and her move to Binghamton sparked her journey. Kristen Nicole Mann is a Binghamton-based painter who focuses her work on African...


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Student entrepreneur creates card game

In a crowded industry of party games propelled by the success of projects like Cards Against Humanity, Nick Pellegrino, creator of Game Quill, LLC and a sophomore double-majoring in computer science and...


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De Colores Cookies y Mas to move to Clinton Street

A fixture of Binghamton’s West Side since August, De Colores Cookies y Mas will soon be bringing its sweet signature creations to 81 Clinton St. Starting this weekend, owner Ely Rooney will...


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A beginner's guide to Binghamton's public art

Public art can be found on the sides of buildings and in smaller crevices throughout Downtown Binghamton, and the city’s public art scene is constantly seeing new additions, from local artists and...


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Cinema Society of Binghamton explores narrative filmmaking

Whether your “thing” is skateboarding with your friends on the Spine, doing stand-up comedy, leading student activism or eating cheese, there seems to be a niche for every student at Binghamton University....


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Disney+'s extensive library and low price suggest promising future

On the surface, Disney+ may seem like a niche product. However, its extensive library is what propels Disney into the streaming market, despite first-day stumbles. Streaming services as a whole are great...


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Binghamton's first comedy club to open on Water Street

On any given Friday and Saturday night, one can expect to find a multitude of students pouring in and out of the State Street bars. However, among the things to do in...


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Ask a professor: What are you reading?

If you have ever taken a college course, you know that professors have a love for learning, especially about the things they teach. Moreover, they usually have a love for reading about...


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Beethoven Project celebrates composer's 250th birthday

Regarded as one of the most definitive composers of the classical period and the bridge to the romantic period, Ludwig van Beethoven has continued to be a vivid presence through his music....


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Student organizations offer alternative trick-or-treating options for community

Halloween isn’t just for kids, and Binghamton University students are sharing the spooky season festivities with local children in the area. Dickinson Town Council (DTC), SUNY Kids and the Panhellenic Council are...