Campus News

Clean Energy Careers Panel explores industry access

On Wednesday evening, six panelists convened in the Fountain Room of the Innovative Technologies Center to discuss opportunities within the clean-energy field. The event, moderated by Brian Rose, vice president for student...


Campus News

Mayor Rich David voices concerns over federal tax reform

Carnegie Library, located on Exchange Street in Downtown Binghamton, was built in 1903 and is scheduled to be renovated as a space for Broome Community College’s new Culinary Arts Center. According to...


Campus News

Dickinson Community adds VPMA to town council

Dickinson Community voted last week to add the position of a vice president for multicultural affairs (VPMA) to its executive board, joining Mountainview and Newing in offering the position. Historically, the position...


Campus News

Post Malone tickets resold for more than $100 online

Less than two days after 4,800 tickets for the fall concert featuring Post Malone went on sale, floor seats and general admission were sold out, leaving interested students scrambling to find tickets....


Campus News

In Their Shoes event educates attendees about domestic violence

Alex Moreno said he got chills after he finished reading what happened between Cara and Brian, two fictional characters based on a real-life story of dating violence, as part of “In Their...


Speakers

University TEDx selects student speaker for spring event

Eight years ago, TEDxBinghamtonUniversity was a small group of students who gathered in a classroom in the University Union. Now, it’s a full-day event in the Anderson Center that attracts professionals from...


Police Watch

Police Watch: 11/16

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Potato launcher found on campus Friday, Nov. 10, 8 p.m. — An officer conducting a walk-through...


Campus News

Panel explores food, environmental justice in Binghamton community

Student environmental activism in the greater Binghamton area was the topic of discussion at the “Securing a Green Future: Environmental & Food Justice Panel” on Wednesday night. The panel analyzed the lack...


Science & Research

Research suggests spider silk could improve microphones

Scientists and researchers at Binghamton University are looking to nature for possible improvements to hearing aids. Ron Miles, distinguished professor and mechanical engineering department chair, and Jian Zhou, a Ph.D. candidate in...


Speakers

Annual health care symposium focuses on opioid addiction

From doctors and hospital administrators to public officials and community members, people from various backgrounds discussed the current landscape of health care at the 14th annual Binghamton Symposium on Health Care Management...


Campus News

University Counseling Center offers after-hours calling service

Binghamton University students who need counseling services outside the University Counseling Center’s (UCC) normal hours now have access to a 24/7 form of assistance. Since Nov. 6, the UCC has offered access...


Campus News

Leadership conference provides opportunities for low-income students

In middle school, Edirka Alcantara visited Binghamton University and left with one goal: to go to college. Now, Alcantara, treasurer of the Juvenile Urban Multicultural Program (JUMP Nation) and a junior majoring...


Community

Binghamton Hots to expand as franchise

When it’s past midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, there are few options for grabbing a bite in Downtown Binghamton. Since 2011, Binghamton Hots has been filling that purpose, and will soon expand...