Campus News

OCCT temporarily suspends Late Nite

For two weekends straight, Off Campus College Transport’s (OCCT) Late Nite service has been canceled. Late Nite bus routes run to and from campus on Friday and Saturday nights — frequently used...


Off-Campus News

Modernization coming to the Greater Binghamton Airport

The Greater Binghamton Airport (BGM) is preparing to undergo two years of reorganization and remodeling, modernizing it for the 21st century. On Sept. 14, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul announced a...


Science & Research

BU study examines wellness habits pre- and post-COVID-19 shutdown

A Binghamton University study suggests women should exercise moderately during periods of high stress. Lina Begdache, an associate professor of health and wellness studies, began the study before the COVID-19 shutdown. Begdache,...


Off-Campus News

Oakdale Commons renovation plan begins

After acquiring the Oakdale Mall earlier this year, Spark JC LLC has commenced renovations to the property. Spark JC, the company that operates the renamed ‘”Oakdale Commons,” was given a budget of...


Campus News

I-GMAP hosts seminar on approaching sensitive historical topics

On Monday, the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) held a seminar about Holocaust Education where they addressed the question, “How do we teach sensitive history?” Speaking on the topic...


Community

Truth Pharm's "Trail of Truth" moves to Washington D.C.

Binghamton’s annual Trail of Truth Memorial March has gone national. Truth Pharm, a Binghamton-based organization dedicated to raising awareness on substance misuse, has hosted the march since 2016. During the memorial, families...


Campus News

"Rebellion" celebrated at Latin Heritage Month Kickoff

This past Thursday, the Latin American Student Union (LASU) “kicked off” Latin Heritage Month. Juan González, a professor at Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information, visited Binghamton University to speak at...


Community

NYS Senate Candidate Lea Webb holds Q&A

New York State Senate Candidate Lea Webb fielded Binghamton University students’ questions this past Wednesday. Lea Webb, the Democratic candidate for the 52nd district, was featured in a meet and greet held...


Campus News

$1.4 million awarded to BU's McNair Scholars Program

Binghamton University has received a $1.4 million award to continue the McNair Scholars Program for the next five years. The McNair Scholars Program is an eight-week, federally funded, summer research program that...


Campus News

Students Econ-nect with alumnus

Students across Binghamton University are using an alumni-connecting resource to prepare for their careers. This past Friday, undergraduate economics students heard about a BU alumnus’ career path through the “Econ-nect” series —...


Campus News

Multicultural campus leaders participate in leadership panel

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, in collaboration with other multicultural organizations, hosted a Leadership Panel on Tuesday, Sept. 13. The goal of the event was to inspire more involvement with leadership positions in...


Campus News

Residential Life to replace RA position in 2023

The residential assistant (RA) will soon be no more. In an email to all Residential Life (ResLife) student staff, sent on Sept. 15, Casey Wall, director of residential life and housing, announced...


Community

Students tour Koffman Southern Tier Incubator

Binghamton University students toured the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator (KSTI) on Tuesday to explore start-up business opportunities. KSTI was opened in April of 2017 under the direction of BU President Harvey Stenger,...


Campus News

SOC Committee sees record number of student cases

Binghamton University’s Students of Concern (SOC) Committee saw more student cases in the fall 2021 and spring 2022 semesters than ever before. The SOC Committee’s primary purpose is to help students implement...


Campus News

BU'S YDSA hosts student workers panel

Binghamton University’s Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) hosted a panel for student workers on Monday. The panel gave students the opportunity to have an open discussion about their campus jobs, as...