Homecoming 2013 celebrates the Binghamton spirit
Nearly 700 alumni who returned to campus Oct. 11-13 for the Alumni Association's signature annual event. Homecoming is an opportunity for the campus and local communities to come together and celebrate the past, present and future of Binghamton University. Read more.
Homecoming career events offer students networking opportunities
If you're making an unfamiliar journey, it helps to consult someone who has traveled down the same path. The spirit of alumni helping students was at the center of several events that took place at Homecoming. Read more.
Alumni reconnect with residential communities at Homecoming
Events like Newing Co-Rec, the Dickinson Object Ceremony and Hinman Dorm Wars offered opportunties for alumni to relive memories and engage with current students. Read more.
University unveils Lindsay Study Room
Binghamton paid tribute to one of its greatest scholars when the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room officially opened in the University Art Museum on Oct. 11. Read more.
President Stenger updates alumni on State of the University
Although he went in considerably more detail, the phrase "we're getting popular" was a neat summary of President Harvey Stenger's State of the University address. Read more.
Volunteer spotlight: Federal attorney shares insights with students
Students eagerly watched Howard Wiener '77 speak to them on a video monitor as he described how he became an Assistant U.S. Attorney. Read more.
Former White House and UN official offers perspectives on global politics
Eric Schwartz '79, dean of the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, gave a presentation Sept. 30, at the Watters Theater, focusing on the role of the U.S. as a peacekeeper overseas. Read more.