Summer 2011 Table of Contents


Features

Here comes the class of 2011

 

An experimental film made in the early 1970s by Binghamton students and their teacher, legendary director Nicholas Ray, plays the Venice and New York film festivals, then goes on for additional screenings. It is accompanied by a documentary made by Ray's wife, Susan.

 

Two graduate students offer a point / counterpoint on the how the teaching of foreign languages should evolve.

 

Fulfilling a need, Binghamton trains its first class of psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners.

 

When we mark the anniversary of Sept. 11 this year, it will be with 10 years of changing perspectives.

 

Mark Macon was one of the few people left in Binghamton's men's basketball program after a year of upheaval. Meet the man who is — officially — now head coach.

 

With 9 of their 10 children starting life in the NICU, three couples band together to help other parents in the same situation.

 

The new Engineering and Science Building will house state-of-the-art labs. But the building itself is pretty impressive.

 
 

The Other Side

Joyce Ferrario, dean of the Decker School of Nursing, always wanted to show a dog at Westminster.

B-Sports

Frisbee player David Nelson scores again for Special Olympics