BOLD Football Watch Party in D.C.
Are you BOLD? That stands for Bearcats of the Last Decade and refers to alumni who graduated within the past 10 years. The Alumni Association's D.C. Metro Chapter invites BOLD alumni to a football watch party from 1 to 6 p.m. Dec. 7 at Laughing Man Sports Tavern in Washington, D.C. Meet other BOLD alumni and support your New York sports teams. Cost is $5. Appetizers will be provided. Get additional details and register here by Dec. 1.
Campus Update with Provost Nieman in D.C.
Join Provost Donald Nieman for a campus update from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at the American Council on Education, One Dupont Circle NW, Washington, D.C. Nieman began his career at Binghamton in 2008 as the dean of Harpur College of Arts and Sciences and was named executive vice president and provost in 2012. He will discuss how Binghamton University is building on its historic excellence to become the premier public university of the 21st century. Light food and refreshments will be offered. Click here to register prior to Dec. 1.
Men’s basketball at Mohegan Sun, Conn.
Join us for a men's basketball game at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., on Saturday, Nov. 22. There will be a pre-game reception at 4 p.m., with the game starting at 5:30 p.m. The Bearcats will be playing Manhattan College during the Hall of Fame Tip Off Tournament as part of the Springfield Bracket. Tickets for the game are $12 and include the 8 p.m. game between the United States Naval Academy and Northeastern University. The pre-game reception at The Landsdowne Pub is $10 and will be attended by Athletics Director Patrick Elliott. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.
Amy (Forgacs) Bishop BA ‘03, MPA ‘05, and Brad Bishop BA ‘03, MPA ‘04, are thrilled to introduce their twins, Fiona Elizabeth and Nathaniel Paul, born Dec. 31, 2013. Since they were not expected until March, Fiona and Nathaniel will be in the Class of 2035, not 2036 as expected. The only question now is whether they will live in Hinman or CIW!
Mike Crane ‘82, director of Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR), was recently elected to the NPR board of directors after a nationwide vote among public radio representatives. This is Crane's first time serving on the 17-member board. His term begins in November 2014 and will last three years.
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ART. Cheryl Haines '77
owns Haines Gallery in San Francisco and also is the founder of the FOR-SITE Foundation, which helps connect artists to nature and historic venues.
ENTERTAINMENT. Joshua B. Ludzki, MBA '13,
and Michael Grasso '07
keep tabs on what's entertainment-worthy in Binghamton on their website BingSpot.com.
ENTERTAINMENT. Joe Kowan '91,
a.k.a. J-Krafty, sings, composes, blogs and even shows up on stage at TEDx events!
Homecoming has come and gone, but the memories — and the photos — are still fresh. Click here to find photo gallery.
I couldn’t leave home without it!
What do students bring to college that they can't live without? Phones and laptops are obvious, but some of the other "must-haves" can be just as important. And some are just plain fun. Photographers Jonathan Cohen and Jonathan King took these photos on move-in day. Click here to see the gallery.
Dr. Fox part of reality drama
Dr. Adam Fox '92 is a trauma surgeon and one of several medical professionals featured on NY Med,
an eight-episode docu-drama airing on ABC. NY Med
follows medical patients and staff at two hospitals in the New York metro area: the posh New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City and the gritty University Hospital. Click here to read story.
Summer Scholar and Artist Marci Green
University Fest 2014
What couldn’t you live without?
The Psychology of Fear
Becoming a mascot
The Finals Stretch