Campus News

"Rent" director resigns after backlash

The director of the spring Mainstage production, “Rent,” has resigned due to negative reactions to his team’s callback list. On Nov. 30, Barbara Wolfe, director of the undergraduate theatre program, announced that...


Campus News

New campus renovation projects continue

Construction has progressed across Binghamton University’s campus this fall semester. This semester, the campus has seen a multitude of construction projects underway. The renovations include ongoing construction on the third floor of...


Community

SUNY applicants double after new initiatives

SUNY has recently seen a “historic growth” in applications. This fall, SUNY launched a two-week no-fee application process that is open to any students interested in applying. On Oct. 25. SUNY had...


Campus News

East Gym dress code resolution passes

A resolution recently passed in an attempt to settle the East Gym dress code debate. Mackenzie Cooper, a freshman majoring in philosophy, politics and law and Batia Rabin, an undeclared freshman, are...


Campus News

BingMotorsports constructs their first electric vehicle

Binghamton Motorsports (BingMotorsports) has gone electric. BingMotorsports, a club and collegiate team that falls under the Binghamton University chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), is attempting to build an electric...


Community

Alternate side parking returns

As December arrives, so has the City of Binghamton’s annual winter alternate side parking guidelines. From Dec. 1, 2022 to March 15, 2023, Binghamton residents must adhere to the city’s alternate side...


Health

Campus experts give advice on finals stress

As Binghamton University students prepare for finals week, mental health can become a cause for concern. As the fall semester comes to a close, finals week is approaching, with exams being administered...


Campus News

Students learn autism spectrum disorder treatments

A professor and clinical psychologist spoke to students about how applied behavioral analysis (ABA) can help those on the autism spectrum. This past Thursday, the Student Psychological Association (SPA) collaborated with the...


Health

Flu cases rise in Broome County

As finals week approaches, flu season is underway in Broome County. According to the New York State (NYS) Flu Tracker, as of the week of Nov. 20, 231 total cases of influenza...


Community

BU and BCC propose merge

SUNY Broome Community College (BCC) may soon be one with Binghamton University. On Dec. 1, BU President Harvey Stenger announced that the University was pushing forward a plan to further integrate with...


Campus News

B-Engaged down for Thanksgiving break maintenance

Along with students, B-Engaged was on break this past Thanksgiving holiday. B-Engaged, a platform used by Binghamton University student organizations for outreach and engagement, experienced periods of downtime from Nov. 24 to...


Campus News

Former NAACP president discusses social movements

Students came together this past Tuesday to discuss politics and activism with the former president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The Student Association Programming Board (SAPB)...


Campus News

Multicultural organizations hold "Fight Against COVID"

On- and off-campus activists visited Binghamton University to educate the community about the dangers of medical racism on Monday. Organized by the Lambda Zeta chapter of the Sigma Gamma Rho sorority, the...


Campus News

Quesera opens in Marketplace

A new, Southwestern-inspired build-your-own outlet has opened in the Marketplace. As students returned to campus from Thanksgiving break, Quesera, a build-your-own quesadilla, salad and soup station, served its first customers in the...