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Dr. Yusef Salaam speaks to BU students virtually in honor of Black History Month

Dr. Yusef Salaam, a member of the exonerated Central Park Five and an advocate for people who have suffered from false confessions and police brutality, spoke at Binghamton University in honor of...


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BU alumnus discusses Electoral College, the importance of voting

With less than six days remaining until the 2020 general election, Binghamton University held a talk with alumnus David Schultz, ‘80, M.A. ‘86, on the importance of voting. The talk was sponsored...


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Sustainable Communities TAE talk highlights homelessness in Southern Tier

The state of homelessness in Binghamton, where approximately one dozen individuals spend the coldest nights without shelter, according to representatives from the Southern Tier Homeless Coalition (STHC), was addressed at a talk...


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Alumna speaks on female empowerment, overcoming challenges

Natalie Elisha, ‘09, an entrepreneurial attorney, author and motivational speaker, came to the Harpur Edge office on Friday to discuss how women can become empowered and seize the various opportunities available to...


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Black Student Union, Multicultural Resource Center conclude celebration of Black History Month with keynote speaker Marc Lamont Hill

“Lift Every Voice and Sing,” often referred to as the Black National Anthem, could be heard from Old Union Hall on Friday as a group of roughly 75 attendees were led in...


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Discussion highlights status of human rights, implications of 2018 midterm elections

On Monday, students gathered in Lecture Hall 12 to hear about the impact of the 2018 midterm elections from a human rights expert. David Cingranelli, Binghamton University professor of political science, discussed...


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BU alum discusses his path to a medical career

Dr. Jordan Gitlin, ‘90, returned to Binghamton University on Saturday to speak on his journey from his undergraduate years to his current role as a surgeon at a pediatric urology hospital. The...


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Tibi Galis emphasizes outreach, preventative measures during atrocity prevention talk

Highlighting the importance of outreach, past recognition of atrocities and preventative measures, Tibi Galis, executive director of the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation in New York, gave a talk on “Atrocity...


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Professor gives lecture on environmental sustainability, multilevel governmental cooperation

George Homsy, assistant professor of public administration at Binghamton University, highlighted the importance of multilevel governmental cooperation in environmental sustainability in a lecture on Monday. The talk, titled “From National to Neighborhood,”...


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U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade talks local business revitalization at forum

Endicott native Gilbert Kaplan, U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, returned to the Southern Tier to discuss economic development and revitalization in Broome County at the fifth annual Global Trade...