Alumnus' photo book brings old stadium to life
When Jon Plasse '72 started taking photographs inside the old Yankee Stadium, his goal was to simply recapture treasured memories from his childhood. At the time, he had no idea the stadium would be torn down, and that the images would be shared publicly with fellow sports fans.
Selling the ultimate baseball fan experience
The Legends Suite at Yankee Stadium offers one of the premier experiences in sports. You see the Yanks up close from the comfort of a cushioned chair, while sampling food made by celebrity chefs. A Binghamton University graduate works for the team, filling these high-end stadium seats.
Alumna lands dream job at Mets' cable network
Brooke Schneider '08 says being laid off was the best thing that ever happened to her. After being let go from a public relations job, she landed what she calls her dream job - associate producer at SportsNet New York (SNY).
Former Bearcat hoping for call up to majors
Left-handed pitcher Scott Diamond started this season as a member of the Rochester Red Wings, which, on the baseball ladder, is just one rung below the major-league Minnesota Twins.
Help us make Binghamton University even better
In the year since we publicly launched Bold.Brilliant.Binghamton — The Campaign for Binghamton University, it has exceeded all expectations. We still have a little more than a year to reach our goal, and we need your help.
Egypt: Beyond Imaginings - Jan. 7-21, 2012
The Alumni Association is sponsoring a tour of Egypt, which is open to the public and part of the Alumni Travel Program. This unique travel opportunity will focus on the history, art, architecture and religious beliefs of ancient Egypt. (Image courtesy of Creative Commons.)
Update on UB2020/SUNY Empowerment Summit
In recent months, there has been a great deal of talk about adopting an economic development plan for the entire State University of New York system. In early May, the talk will get serious.
It’s not a meal, it’s a magazine. But, it is all about food! The Spring 2011 issue of Binghamton University Magazine looks at food from different angles. What can research into the science of taste tell us about the brain? Why is it healthier to pay cash for groceries? How did an anthropology major end up owning a winery? You'll find even more online.