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Fully vaccinated students can now gather outside in small groups maskless

Following new guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fully vaccinated students at Binghamton University can now gather outdoors in small group settings without a mask. On April...


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BU, SUNY Broome launch new 2+U Program

Binghamton University has partnered with Broome Community College (BCC) to instate a new program that will allow BCC students to transfer into the School of Management (SOM) after completing an associate’s degree....


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New York State Assembly announces $18.6 billion higher education budget

As financial burdens mount at public universities and colleges across New York state, the State Assembly budget aims to increase education funding this fiscal year. On March 15, Speaker of the New...


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NY Federation of College Republicans call for SUNY Chancellor's resignation

College Republicans from across the state are calling upon SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras to resign amid allegations of attempting to hide and alter data about the COVID-19 pandemic. A press release from...


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SUNY cancels summer 2021 study abroad programs

Although SUNY has announced that all study abroad programs are suspended through summer 2021, Binghamton University’s Office of International Education and Global Initiatives (IEGI) is keeping the ball rolling to bring the...


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SUNY Chancellor visits BU Food Pantry, announces $1,000 grant program

At 11 a.m. on Feb. 14, SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras visited Binghamton University’s Food Pantry in the College-in-the-Woods to discuss food inequity within the SUNY system. Those who partook in the discussion...


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Free, mandatory COVID-19 testing for CSEA-represented employees extended to June 2021

A new agreement has been made that allows for the continued COVID-19 testing of staff and faculty in the SUNY system. On Nov. 27, SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras and Civil Service Employees...


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SUNY Board of Trustees votes to increase tuition in community colleges

On top of the many new stresses of COVID-19, SUNY students are facing heightened financial concerns in the face of rising tuitions. This past Tuesday, Nov. 17, the SUNY Board of Trustees...


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SUNY Chancellor introduces Student Voices Action Committee

Amid the many adjustments Binghamton University students have faced this year, the ability to make their voices heard within the SUNY system may be a welcome one. On Oct. 23, SUNY Chancellor...


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SUNY Chancellor announces Reach Out Mental Health Services Program

The coronavirus pandemic has cultivated a mental health crisis as the world grips with the emotional distress caused by the virus’ unprecedented and deadly nature. Students from all across the country, including...