Campus News

University to conduct controlled deer hunt in Nature Preserve

As campus empties for winter break, Binghamton University’s Nature Preserve will be closed for a controlled bowhunt in an effort to fight the overpopulation of deer in the area. The hunt, which...


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Faculty members voice concerns about Binghamton University's fiscal challenges

Almost a month after Binghamton University’s administration announced the school was facing financial issues, faculty members discussed the University’s current budgetary situation at a Faculty Senate meeting on Tuesday. Faculty members gathered...


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John Pelletier named new chief of police, will start new position on Dec.13

Binghamton’s New York State University Police is getting a new chief, and with him could come changes in the department’s approach to campus policing. Last week, BU announced that John Pelletier, currently...


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LGBTQ groups talk strategies, tips on how to handle relatives over break

With winter break fast approaching, most students will be going back home and spending time with their families. But for some members of the LGBTQ community, the holidays can pose unique challenges,...


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Human rights rally aims to open discussion on international issues

To celebrate Universal Human Rights Month this December, resident assistants in Newing College held a human rights rally on Thursday in Broome Hall. The RAs, along with representatives from Binghamton University’s Campus...


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BU Faculty Senate approves open access measure

In a policy implemented in March, SUNY pledged to make scholarly resources more accessible and affordable for students through open access. This week, Binghamton University’s Faculty Senate joined other SUNY schools in...


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During finals week, professors offer alternative testing formats

As finals week begins, some professors at Binghamton University are ditching the traditional pen-and-paper final exam and are instead administering electronic or take-home tests, marking a growing trend toward alternative examination formats....


Police Watch

Police Watch: December 9, 2018

The following reports were provided by Investigator Robert Meddleton of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Stolen chairs Date and time unknown — After two chairs valued at $3,588 were stolen from...


Police Watch

Police Watch: December 6, 2018

The following reports were provided by Investigator Robert Meddleton of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Shouting match SATURDAY, Dec. 1, 3:07 a.m. — Officers responded to the University Union bus stop...


Campus News

Students celebrate Hanukkah away from home

With Hanukkah falling during the last two weeks of the semester, Jewish students at Binghamton University will be spending the holiday away from home this year. Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish holiday celebrating...


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S.H.I.N.E. plans week-long series focused on addressing local, worldwide issues

In the week before finals, the Service for Health, Inequality reduction, Natural disaster relief and Education (S.H.I.N.E.) has been spreading awareness on issues affecting the Binghamton University and worldwide community. Titled “S.H.I.N.E....


Science & Research

'RACE Museum Exhibit' addresses racial disparities, whiteness

In an effort to educate others about racial disparities and whiteness, roughly 40 Binghamton University students presented their projects on racial consciousness at the third annual RACE Museum Exhibit on Tuesday afternoon...


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'The Fight for a Free SUNY' teaches students to advocate for tuition policy change

Advocating for free tuition for all students enrolled in SUNY schools, two members of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) taught a group of Binghamton University students how to organize...


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P.U.L.S.E. holds eighth annual leadership conference to celebrate female entrepreneurs of color

From jewelry and beauty products to career building and the news cycle, female entrepreneurs of color from a variety of businesses arrived at the eighth annual Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate...


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University Union renovations to begin next summer

With a rising student population at Binghamton University, seating options throughout the University Union have become sparse. To address this issue, BU’s Physical Facilities and Union staff are planning renovations to the...