Community

Students scramble to find spring sublets

Erin McLaughlin is ready for her study abroad experience. The forms have been filled out, payments have been made and friends have been notified. But one problem remains: she hasn’t found someone...


SUNY News

SUNY establishes food insecurity task force

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced in his 2018 State of the State address that he wants every SUNY and CUNY campus to have a food pantry. Currently, 31 out of 64 SUNY campuses...


Community

Graduate student open dialogue on criminal justice and opioid epidemic

Nearly 40 attendees gathered on Monday night in Downtown Binghamton to discuss the intersection of criminal justice and the opioid epidemic. The conversation was part of a monthly discussion group, Garden of...


Campus News

Binghamton University trails SUNY in minority population growth

When it comes to its minority population, Binghamton University hasn’t grown as much as other SUNY campuses have over the last decade. Of the four-year SUNY institutions, BU saw the third-lowest growth...


Campus News

County legislature approves opioid addiction treatment facility funding

The Southern Tier will soon have another tool in the battle against opioids. The Broome Developmental Center is slated to open this spring after the county legislature voted 11-4 to accept $2.7...


Community

Volunteers partner with local organizations for MLK Day of Service

In 1968, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Fifty years later, his legacy has inspired a national day of volunteer work in his honor, and on Jan. 15, 45...


Community

Fire breaks out at The Printing House

A two-alarm fire broke out Friday afternoon at The Printing House, according to Binghamton Deputy Fire Chief Stephen Faughnan. No injuries were reported. The call came in around 1:20 p.m. and the...


SUNY News

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul talks student debt, Southern Tier economy in visit to campus

New York State Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul visited Binghamton University on Thursday to deliver a condensed version of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s state of the state address, focusing on initiatives relating to the...


Campus News

Chief Diversity Officer Valerie Hampton to retire

Valerie Hampton, Binghamton University’s first chief diversity officer and the director of the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), will retire at the end of this month, according to a B-Line...


Campus News

Chabad Toy Drive raises more than $32K

When Daniel Bral was a child, he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of cancer in an individual’s white blood cells. One year, Bral received gifts through the efforts of the...


Community

Citizen Action plans second-annual Binghamton Women's March

Last January, the Binghamton Women’s March drew over 3,000 protesters to Downtown Binghamton. This year, the march’s route and message will be different, but organizers are hoping for the same enthusiastic turnout....


Campus News

'Together' support group provides space for international students

When Tianchang Gao first came to Binghamton University, she didn’t know a single student, nor much of the language spoken by her peers and professors. “Together,” a support group that meets weekly,...


Police Watch

Police Watch: 12/10

The following accounts were provided by Investigator Patrick Reilly of Binghamton’s New York State University Police. Suspect steals from laundry room WEDNESDAY, Dec. 6, 12:39 p.m. — Officers responded to Cascade Hall...


Campus News

Students prioritize mental health during De-Stress December

For many students, finals week means coffee, papers, vending machine snacks and exams. From Dec. 4 to Dec. 14, De-Stress December, an annual initiative aiming to help students relax and cope with...


Campus News

Accelerator program offers assistance for budding entrepreneurs

This number has the potential to grow through the incubator’s Accelerator Program, which allows aspiring entrepreneurs from Binghamton University and the community to receive guidance getting their new businesses off the ground....