Campus News

Chabad celebrates Binghamton Legacy Torah with parade

The Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life celebrated the induction of a new Torah scroll with a welcoming celebration and parade from University Union to the Chabad House on Sunday afternoon. Dubbed...


Community

Town-Gown Advisory Board to meet for first time in October

Binghamton University’s Town-Gown Advisory Board hopes to further bridge the gap between campus and the community, starting at their first meeting lined up for Tuesday, Oct. 3. The board, the first of...


Campus News

UPD trains faculty for active shooter situation

The demonstration of an active shooter situation, organized by Madeline Bay, deputy chief of police at Binghamton University’s New York State University Police, simulated what an active shooter situation would be like...


Campus News

Cost of attendance defined by 14 fees

At the beginning of each semester, students across Binghamton University receive notifications indicating a new bill statement is available in QuikPAY, the University’s online billing and payment system. A number of charges...


Campus News

Over 130 employers recruit at Job Fair

Standing in the midst of suits and pencil skirts, the sound of rustling résumés and corporate conversation filled the Events Center at the Job and Internship Fair on Thursday. According to Denise...


News

Binghamton man sentenced in hit-and-run death of BU student Stefani Lineva

Aizaz Siddiqui, the 26-year-old Binghamton man arrested last December for the hit-and-run death of Binghamton University junior Stefani Lineva, was sentenced Thursday afternoon to two months in Broome County Jail and three...


Community

City of Binghamton installs license plate readers

Data from license plates will now be collected when cars enter the limits of the city of Binghamton. Fifteen stationary license plate readers have been installed at eight separate locations on the...


News

9/18: CHOW drives awareness


Police Watch

Police Watch: 9/17

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Parking ticket provokes drama MONDAY, Sept. 11, 2:12 p.m. — A Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS)...


News

‘Do yourself a favor and never ever ever silence your pain’: Kevin Hines, who survived jump from Golden Gate, brings mental health message to campus

Of the approximately 2,000 people who have jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge, only 36 have survived. One of them, Kevin Hines, came to the Mandela Room on Thursday evening to share...


Campus News

Campus community commemorates 9/11

On Sept. 11, 2001, 15 Binghamton University alumni lost their lives. Sixteen years later, student organizations memorialized the victims, hosting a good-deed marathon and planting 2,996 small American flags along the Spine....


Campus News

Snapchat takeovers spotlight student, alumni lives

You’re likely to catch a glimpse of the life of your classmate, your professor or an alumnus on Binghamton University’s social media through the Snapchat Takeover program. Through the initiative, individuals and...


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Executive Director of Transportation and Parking Services leaves prematurely

Those with a bachelor’s degree, a minimum of five years of management experience and a deep knowledge of parking may want to apply to be the new executive director of Transportation and...


Police Watch

Police watch: 9/13

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. SATURDAY, Sept. 9, 1:20 a.m. — Officers responded to Hughes Hall of Hinman College after receiving...


Campus News

Discussion focuses on direct action in politics

Binghamton University students gathered on the first floor of the University Union on Monday night to discuss direct action in politics and activism. The event, hosted by the BU College Progressives and...