Campus News

University's cap and gown provider charged extra on over 2,300 orders

Over 2,300 Binghamton University students preordered caps and gowns for commencement this year from Herff Jones, a national company that specializes in manufacturing and selling graduation memorabilia. Due to an error in...


Science & Research

BU researchers awarded $300,000 for new graduate training program

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism recently awarded Binghamton University researchers J. David Jentsch, Terrence Deak, Lisa Savage and Linda Spear a grant of more than $1.6 million over a...


Campus News

Student-created app provides centralized platform for campus event info

Every morning, Binghamton University students wake up to a B-Line email listing various events being held on campus. But an app created by a BU student has taken that information, which is...


Campus News

Chinese news anchor discusses 'New Media' era

On Tuesday afternoon, Binghamton University’s theatre department invited Jingyu Shi, a news presenter for Shanghai Media Group, to speak to students about new media in China. The event was held in New...


News

Downtown gears up for Bar Crawl

On May 18, some students will be busy moving out for the summer, but others will be celebrating the end of finals with a few drinks at the 2017 Binghamton Bar Crawl....


News

Q&A with Tony Kornheiser

Pipe Dream editor Orla McCaffrey sat down with ESPN commentator and former Pipe Dream sports editor Tony Kornheiser, ‘70, for an exclusive interview. Kornheiser was awarded the Doctor of Letters honorary degree...


News

Binghamton professor to run for Congress in 2018

A Binghamton University associate professor of computer science has become the first Democrat to announce his candidacy for New York state’s 22nd congressional district, which includes parts of Broome County. Patrick Madden,...


Police Watch

Police Watch: 5/11

Woman accuses ex-boyfriend of harassment MONDAY, May 8, 3:26 p.m. — A 20-year-old female contacted police from the University Counseling Center to report that her ex-boyfriend had been harassing her, said Investigator...


Campus News

Students nominate three Harpur professors for teaching awards

Each year, students in Binghamton University’s Harpur College of Arts and Sciences nominate professors for Harpur College Teaching Awards, which recognize instructors who teach in a way that students find meaningful, challenging...


Campus News

Decker to offer Healthy Practices Clinic for tobacco users

Starting on Aug. 1, Binghamton University’s campus will be tobacco-free. For the many students and faculty who will be affected by this change of policy, the Decker School of Nursing is providing...


Campus News

Adam Wilkes elected as new student representative on BU Council

Adam Wilkes, a junior double-majoring in economics and sociology, was elected student representative of the Binghamton University Council on Thursday. The BU Council is a group of nine area professionals appointed by...


Science & Research

Seniors showcase work in Watson Capstone Project course

On Sunday, approximately 100 students gathered in the Innovative Technologies Complex to showcase their work in the Watson Capstone Projects, a class in which seniors majoring in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering...


Speakers

Media experts discuss credibility in culture of 'fake news'

As the popular adage goes: a lie travels around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes. To share tips on distinguishing false information from accurate news, a panel of...


Community

Binghamton Police Department employs heightened measures following recent shootings

In response to two recent homicides, the Binghamton Police Department has pledged to utilize a number of “proactive policing measures” to close current cases and de-escalate instances of violence. “We will allocate...


Campus News

Summer programs provide incoming students with academic, personal skills

As the semester winds down and students prepare to leave campus for the summer, many freshmen will soon begin their journey at Binghamton University — a few weeks earlier than their fellow...


Community

Power outage causes campus blackout

The week got off to a dark start for Binghamton University students and Broome County residents alike on Monday evening when a thunderstorm brought down a power line, causing a power outage...


Politics

Students, faculty, community members attend People's Climate March in Washington, D.C.

Over 200,000 demonstrators took part in the People’s Climate March in Washington, D.C. last Saturday. Forty-three of these protesters, who walked across the National Mall before moving down Pennsylvania Avenue to surround...