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Volunteer at Metro Career Night
Share career advice and insights with current Binghamton University students at this event on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012, at the Fashion Institute of Technology of Manhattan. This is an opportunity to make a difference in the life of a student trying to navigate a tough job and internship market. Register now as a volunteer.

 

Binghamton University is on iTunes! If you're on campus, you can access the iTunes site using your PODS ID and password. If you are off campus, you can access our video and audio files through Apple's iTunes store. Search for "Binghamton University" and you'll find academic lectures, videos from Alumni Association events, and more!

 

Are you looking for ways to save money on your dental bills this year? AlumniDent® provides affordable group dental insurance to alumni and their families with immediate coverage for preventive, diagnostic and restorative services. AlumniDent also offers budget‐friendly payment options to help keep costs low. And best of all, there is no network – so you can keep your family dentist! For online enrollment, or to learn more about this exclusive plan available through the Alumni Insurance Program, visit the AlumniDent website.

  

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Next generation of Newing and Dickinson


From staff reports

If you haven't been to campus for a while, you'll probably be amazed when you see the area taht's home to Newing College and Dickinson Community.

In their new form, the Newing and Dickinson communities have a neighborhood design. Newing's four new residence halls are fully open for business. And, this fall, the state-of-the-art Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center opened its doors, offering students meeting rooms, a lounge with a gas fireplace, a computer center and an amazing dining hall (shared by Newing and Dickinson).

Chenango Champlain Collegiate CenterC4 (as the building is known around campus) also houses the Dickinson Community office, Dickinson Town Council office, CoRE room (now called CoREtex) and a large multi-purpose room with a stage used by Dickinson Community Players. Read more about this facility.   

The next generation of Dickinson Community residence halls is taking shape. Concrete foundations for four new buildings are being poured. You can see live webcam views of the construction.

The four new buildings will each hold about 350 students, slightly larger than each pair of existing Dickinson halls and will be complete in fall 2013. The buildings are arranged around a central quad, with the co-rec field in the center and benches and trees designed to encourage residents to come outside and spend time together. Across the quad, closest to the trees near Lake Lieberman, will be the gazebo. The main walkway from the quad leads to C4.

For now, Johnson and O'Connor halls are serving as office space for construction staff -- no longer able to fit trailers on campus -- as well as those displaced from their offices because of construction across campus.

The four remaining residence halls in Dickinson are grouped into sister buildings - Digman-Rafuse and Champlain-Whitney - in anticipation of the move to larger buildings because it allows the student government and the ResLife staff to engage with and involve a larger group of residents.

At Homecoming 2011, Dickinson held a ceremony to rededicate The Object, at which several alumni added plaques bearing their names to the structure. To purchase a plaque, visit the Dickinson website. If you place your order by Aug. 15, 2012, you can install it at the Homecoming 2012 ceremony planned for Saturday, Oct. 13.

Newing College banksIf you lived in Newing and want a keepsake of your time in this residential community, you can purchase banks made from mailboxes salvaged from your old dining hall. The Alumni Association and Uncommon Goods (founded by David Bolotsky '85) have partnered to offer you this unique keepsake. The banks are handmade from oak and have a professional locking system and brass coin slot. Order a bank today - it makes a great holiday gift! 

 

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Last Updated: 11/12/13