Anonymous donor gives $6 million to University
This represents the largest gift from an individual in University history and will be used in part for financial aid and student scholarships, as well as other areas of need.
University Council receives public safety update
Safety is a campus-wide responsibility at Binghamton University, Michael McGoff, acting vice president for administration, told the Binghamton University Council at its March 20 meeting.
Health group uses iTouch to reach out to students
Through student outreach programs and new technology, REACH peer educators are trying to get their name recognized and their message heard throughout campus.
Forum addresses gender differences
An emphasis on teaching gender differences will be beneficial for both instructors and students, a prominent educator and therapist said at the Binghamton University Forum on March 20.
Jon Stewart’s comedy leaves crowd in stitches
Jon Stewart had people laughing from beginning to end during his performance March 27 in the Events Center.
Winter Session enrollment rises
Binghamton's Winter Session has grown and become a standard educational element in the academic year.