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University TEDx selects student speaker for spring event

Eight years ago, TEDxBinghamtonUniversity was a small group of students who gathered in a classroom in the University Union. Now, it’s a full-day event in the Anderson Center that attracts professionals from...


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Annual health care symposium focuses on opioid addiction

From doctors and hospital administrators to public officials and community members, people from various backgrounds discussed the current landscape of health care at the 14th annual Binghamton Symposium on Health Care Management...


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Woman engineer talks experiences in male dominated field

As a former petroleum engineer for Exxon Mobil Corp., Hallador Energy Company and Lockheed Martin Corp., Brooke Eiche recognizes that gender equality still has a long way to go in the traditionally...


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Political science Ph.D.s talk gender inequality

The only difference between Jean Harris, ‘88, and her colleague was their gender. Both had doctorate degrees in political science, but she was cited as “Mrs.” and he as “Dr.” in newspaper...


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Speaker promotes open access policy

Textbook fees and paywalls may become a thing of the past if Nick Shockey’s vision for the future of education becomes a reality. Shockey, director of programs and engagement at Scholarly Publishing...


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Amy Dacey '93 speaks on experience in human rights politics

Former CEO of the Democratic National Committee and Binghamton University alumna Amy Dacey, ‘93, spoke on Thursday afternoon about her experience in U.S. politics and her time on campus. Dacey, who double-majored...


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"We don’t need to go back in time to see that comparison to animals still incites and perpetuates hate": PETA activist holds lecture on speciesism

On Monday evening, an activist from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) came to campus to discuss overlapping themes between animal exploitation and other types of oppression. Hanh Nguyen’s lecture,...


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Geography Department discusses immigrants' effects on cities

As the topic of immigration moves to the forefront of national consciousness, Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen emphasized the vital role immigrants continue to play in helping cities around the United States thrive. This was...


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Media experts discuss credibility in culture of 'fake news'

As the popular adage goes: a lie travels around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes. To share tips on distinguishing false information from accurate news, a panel of...


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REACH hosts screening of documentary and panel to discuss effects of HPV

Christine Baze, an Elmira, New York native and a survivor of cervical cancer, has been telling people about her experiences with human papillomavirus, or HPV, for years. On Tuesday evening, students, faculty...