Theater

"She Kills Monsters" explore dark themes through a fantasy world

From May 5 to May 8 the Binghamton University Theatre Department showcased their rendition of Qui Nguyen’s “She Kills Monsters.” This unique play follows the protagonist, Agnes, as she adventures through a...


On-Campus Events

Producer and screenwriter Steven Canals speaks to BU students

Steven Canals, a well-known producer and screenwriter, returned virtually to talk with Binghamton University’s aspiring filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike about his path to success. Canals talked about his journey that began...


On-Campus Events

Check out Rainbow Pride Union's Second Chance Prom

If you ever want to have a brand new prom-in-college experience, Binghamton University’s Rainbow Pride Union (RPU) is hosting “Second Chance Prom,” which will be a queer prom free from discrimination, judgment...


On-Campus Events

Spring Fling returns in-person to great success

The annual Spring Fling returned as an in-person event on Saturday, April 30 for the first time since 2019. Many Binghamton University clubs and organizations crowded the Peace Quad and the Spine...


On-Campus Events

Margaret Atwood discusses "The Handmaid's Tale" and more at the Anderson Center

Margaret Atwood came to campus last Thursday, April 28 for “An Evening with Margaret Atwood,” an event sponsored by Binghamton University’s Anderson Center. Atwood, with her deadpan humor and slight Canadian accent,...


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Sixth-annual Lavender Celebration honors class of 2022

The sixth Lavender Celebration took place in the Binghamton University Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center’s Multipurpose Room on Saturday, April 30. Hosted by the Q Center, the celebration aimed to celebrate the class...


On-Campus Events

The Informer: an InTheWorks dark comedy

Audiences witnessed an intense family drama this past weekend at “The Informer,” the latest InTheWorks studio production. The show, a one-act play written by Bertolt Brecht and translated by Eric Bentley, ran...


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Hindu Student Council hosts first in-person Holi since 2019

Vibrant colors erupted among Binghamton University students on Sunday, April 24 for a massive celebration of Holi, a Hindu holiday welcoming the upcoming spring season. The Newing College quad hosted the first...


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"The Handmaid's Tale" author Margaret Atwood to visit Binghamton University

When it comes to glass-shattering female authors, Margaret Atwood is one of the most famous. Atwood has written highly influential feminist books in literature, her most famous work undeniably being “The Handmaid’s...


On-Campus Events

On-campus multicultural events in the coming weeks

The end of the semester — whether we like it or not — is just around the corner. With that, many multicultural clubs and organizations are hosting events to celebrate. Don’t miss...


On-Campus Events

DCP puts on production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

The Dickinson Community Players (DCP) brought music, emotion and a glorious spelling bee to the Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center (C4) Multipurpose Room last weekend with its production of “The 25th Annual Putnam...