Alumnus and Trump VP speaks at networking event
Ronald Lieberman '87 discussed his career path, including how he got to work with Donald Trump, before a group of nearly 80 alumni at a recent networking event in Manhattan sponsored by the Alumni Association and its Metro New York Chapter. Read more.
Alumnus to show his sculptures on campus in March
The building of forms and a love of inventing are what Matthew Zupnick '83 calls the driving forces behind his work. Next month, he'll share his creations with the Binghamton University community. Read more.
Alumni couples reflect on how they met at Binghamton
According to the State University of New York, there have been nearly 40,000 marriages between students who met on a SUNY campus. More than 10 percent of those matches were made at Binghamton. Read more.
Alumni (and their dogs) show Binghamton spirit on social media
The famed Westminster Dog Show took place in New York earlier this month. So, we thought it would be fun to give Binghamton alumni a showcase — on a smaller scale — for their furry friends. Read more.
ESPN commentator shares real-world advice with students
Stephen A. Smith, who is featured weekdays on ESPN's First Take, visited campus recently and was the keynote speaker for the Black Student Union's month of festivities. Read more.
Stenger touts growth at State of the University
From a "20 by 2020" enrollment initiative to a new venue for the State of the University address, growth served as the theme of President Harvey Stenger's annual talk. Read more.
Clifford D. Clark, former Binghamton University president, dies
Clark, 88, died Jan. 31, in Detroit, Michigan. He came to Binghamton in 1973 as vice president for academic affairs and became the fourth president of Binghamton University in 1975. Read more.
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