University advocates ask legislators for tuition
More than 130 Binghamton University advocates traveled to Albany on March 3, to request that legislators invest in the University and in SUNY. The top agenda item for the 14 teams of administrators, faculty, staff, students, business leaders and alumni: to keep 100 percent of the tuition increase on campuses.
2009-10 Budget: Advocacy message loud and clear
During the past few months, more than 5,000 Binghamton University alumni and supporters have sent more than 24,000 letters to policymakers in Albany, urging the state to maintain current funding levels, return tuition increases to campuses and implement much needed reforms.
Bearcats win conference title, take part in March Madness
Unbelievable. That's the word many alumni and students use to describe the 2008-09 men's basketball season, as March Madness invaded Binghamton for the first time.
Binghamton team to develop new cancer therapy
The American Urological Association recently issued a Best Practices Statement which recommends cryosurgery of the prostate as both a primary and salvage therapy for patients with prostate cancer. A team of faculty members, alumni and graduate students at the Department of Biological Sciences at Binghamton University, working with physicians at Pittsburgh’s Allegheny General Hospital, pioneered the technology and surgical methods.
Make plans to join us for Homecoming
Even though March Madness has gripped the Binghamton campus, we're hard at work on planning this fall's Homecoming weekend. We hope to see you and your families on campus Oct. 2-4.
WHRW to celebrate 30 years of The Mad Trivia Party
On Friday, March 27, Binghamton University’s WHRW-FM [90.5] will pre-empt its regular programming from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. to celebrate 30 years of The Mad Trivia Party, one of the longest-running audience participation radio programs in the nation.