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J.U.M.P. holds discussion in response to NFL controversy

On Sunday, Oct. 15, 11 NFL players from three different teams protested during the national anthem. On Wednesday, Oct. 18, the Juvenile Urban Multicultural Program (J.U.M.P. Nation) and the Kappa Alpha Psi...


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Workshop addresses domestic violence through art therapy

Each minute, nearly 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Binghamton...


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SA Spotlight highlights English professor Ryan Vaughan

Ryan Vaughan, an adjunct professor of English, eagerly peeked in from behind the door at the front of the room. His beard, blond hair and glasses were the only visible features as...


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Binghamton University professors submit brief to Supreme Court gerrymandering case

Research by a team of Binghamton University professors could be considered in a gerrymandering case currently being seen by Supreme Court. The case, Gill v. Whitford, deals with possible partisan gerrymandering ―...


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Shack-A-Thon raises awareness for inadequate housing

A campground of cardboard homes littered the Spine on Thursday, Oct. 19 as a part of Habitat for Humanity’s fourth annual Shack-a-Thon event. Binghamton University’s Shack-a-Thon is held each year in order...


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Koffman Southern Tier Incubator holds first open house to welcome student entrepreneurs

The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator held its inaugural student open house at its high-technology space in Downtown Binghamton on Tuesday evening. The Incubator’s directors and student developers led a tour around the...


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Stenger condemns second racist incident

Another racist depiction was found in a bathroom in Onondaga Hall on Sunday, according to a B-Line News Addition sent shortly after 5 p.m. on Monday. The discovery came just three days...


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Student groups volunteer at garbage clean up for first annual Gandhi Day

The first annual Gandhi Day of Service at Binghamton University was held Saturday, drawing in a crowd of over 50 students to participate in a garbage cleanup at nearby Aqua-Terra Wilderness Area....


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Racist drawings prompt student town hall meeting

On Thursday morning, a student discovered that a racist picture had been drawn in a fifth-floor study lounge in Endicott Hall of Newing College. The drawings featured racist depictions of black people,...


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Sociology department forum addresses aftermath of Hurricane Maria

Following the destruction of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Hurricane and Climate Change: The Social Construction of Disaster and the Politics of Disaster Relief explored the political nature of addressing the aftermath of...


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Sweets and Eats replaces Bearcat Cafe in the Marketplace

Binghamton University students with a sweet tooth or certain dietary needs can now get their fix at the Marketplace’s newest station, Sweets and Eats. Since its opening less than two weeks ago,...


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Professor creates glucose-monitoring patch

Athletes who suffer from diabetes or exercise-related hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) may now have a more comfortable way to monitor their blood sugar levels while working out, thanks to a blood glucose-monitoring...