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Find your zen off campus

Between catching up after break and preparing for finals, these last few weeks of the semester can get stressful. Although there are a lot of de-stress events held on campus, they may...


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Libraries beyond studying

Binghamton University’s libraries: an expanse of literature and artifacts available for the education of BU students. To only use Glenn G. Bartle Library as a resource to take out the occasional book,...


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Calzone restaurant serves up — and touches down

For some, opening a restaurant may seem like a risk, like a Hail Mary pass on the fourth down of a football game. For Donovan Cammack, a resident of the city of...


Music

Band is anything but basic

With its unconventional electronic sounds, abstract lyrics and upbeat rhythms that make an impression on listeners, the Binghamton-born experimental synth-pop project Basic Printer is returning to its hometown, playing at Spotlight on...


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For rehearsing student groups, hallways will have to do

The Binghamton University campus is pretty quiet at 6 a.m., but on some Thursday mornings, sharp choreography and pop music fill a mirrored room in the Fine Arts Building as the Binghamton...


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An open mic on the menu

The Roots Cafe at the Food Co-op is teaming up with OPEN, a student-founded organization that orchestrates open-mic events, for a night of vegan food and student performances on Friday, March 16....


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SA vice president for finance sees more than just the color green

Ho is majoring in business administration with a minor in studio art, concentrating in drawing. She is also vice president for finance of the Student Association. She said that while her art...


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Dining services to offer free cooking classes in March

Binghamton University Dining Services (BUDS) will be offering a series of three free cooking classes to students during the month of March. Each of the classes will have its own theme: “Breakfast...


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Sound artists to discuss their work and process

“Sound Structures and Site: An Evening with Mendi and Keith Obadike,” an event exploring the effect of noise on culture, will be held at 7 p.m. on Feb. 27 at TechWorks on...


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New Roberson Museum exhibition brings wildlife to West Side

Animals around every corner, squawking bird noises, varying climates — no, it’s not a zoo. On Feb. 16, the Roberson Museum and Science Center on the West Side of the city of...