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Pre-law students voice concerns as Law School Admission Test (LSAT) goes from paper to digital

The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is facing one of its biggest changes since its creation in 1948, as the entire test will now be administered through a digital interface — a...


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Orlando Tercero charged with femicide in Nicaragua for murder of Haley Anderson

After spending over a year in prison, Orlando Tercero appeared for the first time in court on Monday in Managua, Nicaragua, where he will face prosecution for the March 2018 murder of...


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76West's Clean Energy Competition offers $2.5 million prize for Southern Tier clean energy startup

A $2.5 million cash prize is on the line as this year’s 76West Clean Energy Competition enters its fourth and final round of judging. The New York State Energy Research and Development...


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Proposal aims to improve community relations in North of Main Street neighborhood

The North of Main (NoMa) neighborhood, one of the several Binghamton areas affected by poverty, is the subject of the Town-Gown Advisory Board’s (TGAB) newly approved $25,000 proposal for community improvement. The...


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Local organizations demand action, call for removal of prison administrators

Ten inmates in the Broome Country Jail have died in the past eight years. On Thursday, Binghamton community members, advocacy groups, University students and faculty gathered for the third year in a...


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New York state grant funds Town-Gown Advisory Board to research underage drinking

In an effort to reduce underage drinking in New York state, the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) awarded $2.5 million to 20 SUNY and CUNY colleges throughout the state...


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Planned housing complex set to open for students, faculty in Johnson City

Since Binghamton University’s completion of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SOPPS) in fall 2018, the Johnson City Revitalization Project has torn down old properties and replaced them to expand the...


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'Trail of Truth' honors lives lost to substance use, raises awareness on addiction

In 2014, Alexis Pleus lost her son to an overdose. And on Saturday afternoon, she joined hundreds of community members at the Peacemaker’s Stage in Binghamton to honor him on International Overdose...