Sam Sussman, an 18-year-old from Orange County, coolly delivered an address supporting gay rights in October 2009 at the National Equality March in Washington, D.C. The politics, philosophy and law major had earned the spot in the march by winning an “Equality Idol” contest on YouTube in which he discussed the importance of gay rights.
On Thursday, Apr. 22, Binghamton University will host a lively, first-of-its-kind online experience. Be a part of the special event by sending one casual snapshot of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org.
During this fun, real-time Internet event, you will hear from and talk to some of the University’s most dynamic faculty; visit your favorite campus locales — the Events Center during a game, the dining hall during lunch, the Bartle Library, the Downtown Center and many more — through 360-degree tours that you control; reconnect to classmates in chat rooms and see what they look like today; play a few Binghamton-themed games for prizes; and vote on the best one-minute videos produced by members of the University community.
When: 8 p.m (Eastern) Thursday, Apr. 22
Where: Your computer
Ask your friends to share the experience. Everyone is invited. Watch your e-mail for additional event details. For more information, contact Rebecca Benner by e-mail or at 607-777-7322.
Last Updated: 11/12/13