Jeffries is first Binghamton alumnus elected to Congress
Hakeem Jeffries '92, a state assemblyman from Brooklyn, was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on Nov. 6. When he is sworn in early next year, he will become the first Binghamton University graduate to serve in Congress. (Photo courtesy of Jeffries' campaign website, taken by Marie Figueroa) Read more.
Preparing for true test of body and mind
Dan Cherico '08, who will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro early next year as a fundraiser for Big City Mountaineers, discusses his training regimen for what will be a true test of body and mind. Read more.
Volunteer spotlight: Cool Connections, Hot Alumni
Chances are, you had no idea that a Binghamton University graduate played a key role in bringing a special-edition Tickle Me Elmo doll to the marketplace. Read more.
Nominate a fellow graduate for an award
Do you know of a Binghamton University graduate who is truly extraordinary? Is this individual someone who has made significant contributions to his or her career field, community or the University? Read more.
Alumni meet basketball coaches at breakfast
Gratitude for alumni support and a desire to make the community proud were the overwhelming sentiments that Binghamton's basketball coaches expressed at a breakfast with about 50 alumni and friends. Read more.
Discover the marvels of China in May 2013
The Alumni Association and Distinguished Service Professor John Chaffee are sponsoring a tour to China, May 26-June 11, 2013. This trip is open to the public. Read more.
University hires Director of Greek Life
Lester Coghill will start on Jan. 2, coming to Binghamton from his position as assistant director of campus activities and student engagement at the University of Maine. Read more.
Report: University adds $1.2B to state economy
Binghamton University's overall economic impact is approximately $965 million annually for Broome and Tioga counties alone, and $1.2 billion for New York state. Read more.
Binghamton earns honors from national publications
The University's quality and value have once again been recognized by some of the country's leading publications during this season's unveiling of annual college rankings and guidebooks. Read more.
Pass the gravy and the magazine! Just in time for the long holiday weekend, Binghamton University Magazine should be arriving in your mailbox. While you're letting your dinner settle — or your family shop — read about: a School of Management professor who uses horses to help teach her class, a geology Department alumnus who makes his living from the oil fields but who blames climate change on man-made carbon dioxide, and Harpur alumni who show current students that a degree in the liberal arts can be a ticket to success.