Campus News

UDiversity holds cultural conversation

The UDiversity Educational Institute started a conversation with students about diversity, inclusion and oppression in today’s society on Wednesday. During “Building Bridges to Cultural Competency,” Lea Webb, a coordinator at the UDiversity...


Campus News

Information Technology Services presents on accomplishments, goals

Binghamton University’s Information Technology Services (ITS) directors presented upcoming projects to students, faculty and staff on Wednesday morning. In 2016, ITS instituted its Project Management Office to manage and develop its project...


Community

Community solar project creates clean energy accessibility

The world is going more green, and Binghamton is a prime market for solar energy. In an information session held at the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator on Tuesday, BlueRock Solar representatives discussed...


Campus News

Groups face consequences for accepting Venmo

Thanks to a warning from the Student Association (SA) Executive Board, some groups selling food around campus might be less willing to take Venmo. The SA warned groups earlier this month that...


Campus News

"All-In for Israel" raises money for victims of terror attacks

Almost 900 people have been injured and 62 have been killed in terror attacks in Israel since September 2015, according to Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. On Tuesday, Binghamton University students raised...


Student Association

Student Association postpones election, extends submission deadline

The Student Association (SA) Student Congress voted to push back campuswide elections for the 2018-19 SA Executive Board in a meeting on Monday night. The election, originally scheduled for March 15, will...


Greek Life

Formal and informal rules shape differences in Greek life recruitment

This past weekend, nearly 400 students participated in the Binghamton University Panhellenic Council’s formal sorority recruitment — the largest recruitment the council has ever seen. In the weeks prior, BU’s Interfraternity Council...


Police Watch

Police Watch: 2/22

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Jumpin’ around FRIDAY, Feb. 16, 11:36 p.m. — Officers received a report that nine students were...


Prism

Help Pipe Dream track hate crimes and bias incidents at Binghamton University

In the past few years, Binghamton University has experienced a good deal of race-related issues. In 2017 alone, reported instances included racist drawings appearing in multiple residence halls and a city resident...


SUNY News

SUNY joins international University Climate Change Coalition

SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson announced on Feb. 7 that SUNY has joined the international University Climate Change Coalition as part of an effort to make the system’s 64 campuses carbon neutral. The...


Campus News

Tanya Husick declared new Transportation and Parking Services executive director

Binghamton University’s new executive director of Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS), Tanya Husick, has said she intends to prioritize transportation issues at the University’s Johnson City and Downtown Binghamton facilities. Husick was...


SUNY News

SUNY applications rise 9 percent

SUNY schools may see more students taking tours around state campuses. In a press release issued on Feb. 6, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced applications are rising at New York’s public colleges and...


Community

Litigation halts house renovation on corner of Seminary and Chapin

After nearly a decade of litigation halting progress on repairing and maintaining 26 Seminary Ave., the residence has become dilapidated and covered in graffiti, with no solution in sight. Although residents on...


Science & Research

Geography department holds third annual GIS Day

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger opened the third annual Geography Information System (GIS) Day on Friday as he declared his intent to use GIS technology on campus and in the town of...


Campus News

PULSE recognizes women of color, celebrates female empowerment

Nearly 100 students, faculty and community members, illuminated by string lights, gathered to celebrate women of color at the sixth annual Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE) Banquet on Saturday evening....


Campus News

Multicultural Resource Center narrows down to three candidates for translation position

The Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) is one step closer to finding a new Translation and Interpretation Program (TIP) coordinator. Last week, the top three candidates for the position were interviewed by the...