The songbird from Brooklyn said an elementary school glee club conductor sparked her singing career when he gave her a classical piece to perform. “That’s when I realized I had a solo voice and really liked singing,” says Sibongile Boyd. “It was just something about the grandeur of it that attracted me. I preferred singing more than listening to instrumental pieces.”
Binghamton University is saluted as the fourth best public college value in the Princeton Review's "Best Value Colleges for 2009" list, based on more than 30 factors in three areas: academics, costs of attendance and financial aid. Binghamton is the only SUNY institution in the top 100.
"We are very proud to receive this honor, which reflects well on our students, faculty and staff. This will help us continue to attract the brightest and most talented students from across New York, the nation and beyond," said President Lois B. DeFleur.
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