Inspired by Andy Warhol's films of the Velvet Underground in the 1960s, director Fred Riedel ’79 creates a music video for the song "Blackt Out" by his friend and fellow alumnus Lee Ranaldo ’78 (formerly of Sonic Youth). And he gets Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Cinema Ken Jacobs to make a cameo appearance. Click here to read the story.
College of Community and Public Affairs stories
Service-focused learning community teaches undergraduates the value of civic engagement
CCPA graduates sharpen skills in year-long service positions
Bronstein leads through collaboration
Promise Zone program to improve quality of education for Binghamton-area children
Student affairs professor highlights challenges black males face in higher education in two new books
International programs bring students closer together
Alumna Skypes with students on volunteer program
Why we named our magazine Confluence
Marc Lawrence '81 sets his latest film at Binghamton
Howard Schilit, MS '74, says a financial statement tells a story
Roger Peltzman discovers his musical DNA
Alice Xue leaves a lasting impression with her cartoons
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