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One Special World aims to destigmatize special needs

Many at Binghamton University feel lucky to have One Special World, a club that aims to destigmatize special needs. The club was founded by Danielle Preiser in Bellmore, NY, in 2009 and...


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#BingCollects showcases heritage and identity

In the 2022-23 academic year, the Binghamton University Art Museum and BU’s libraries’ Special Collections are joining forces to present various pop-up exhibits focused on awareness of different heritages and identities. The...


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The Thai Student Organization offers a new space for BU students

For a little over a year now, one Binghamton University organization has been working tirelessly to create a name for itself within the student community. Founded in October 2021, the Thai Student...


On-Campus Events

Social club on all-things Bridgit Mendler comes to BU

Anyone who has watched television in the last decade remembers “Good Luck Charlie,” a flagship Disney Channel sitcom with teen actor Bridgit Mendler at its center. Years later, Mendler has found a...


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BU alum creates business to lessen mental health stigma for men

What began as a hobby is now a meaningful and successful campaign. John Timm, ‘21, started the No Man Sits Alone campaign to inspire those struggling with their mental health and to...


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Swiftie Club opens its hub for Taylor Swift fans

On the rainy afternoon of March 28, the Swiftie Club, named for Taylor Swift fans, hosted its first general interest meeting (GIM), welcoming all kinds of fans of the one and only...


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Binghamton's Kilmer Mansion in need of restoration

Since the late 19th century, Binghamton has been known as the Parlor City, celebrating its prosperous business developments and affluent residents. However, the city’s rich history has continuously been threatened by deterioration...


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The X-Fact'r step team brings Africana culture to Binghamton University

X-Fact’r Step Team is the multicultural, coed step team at Binghamton University, originally founded in April 2001 by six women on campus. Dana Fatzinger, president of X-Fact’r and a senior majoring in...


Off-Campus Events

Black Museum opens its door to celebrate Black local and student artists

This past weekend, Black Museum opened its doors for two nights — Feb. 18 and Feb. 19 — at Spool Contemporary Art Space. The art gallery, located on 138 Baldwin St. in...


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The history of the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is one of the most popular televised events, garnering 114.4 million viewers at its peak in 2015 when, the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots competed against each...