Watch “The Rewrite”

Watch “The Rewrite”

The Rewrite is now available at iTunes or through Time Warner Cable. It is appearing in theaters in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Minneapolis, Tampa, Los Angeles, Denver, Seattle and Houston. Click here to read the Q&A with Marc Lawrence '81 and Hugh Grant.

Art behind bars
 

Features

#bingisbeautiful

#bingisbeautiful

BingSpot is Binghamton's new BFF

Rock-solid choice

Rock-solid choice

Camille Thurman '09 followed two passions: science and music

How we spent our summer vacation

How we spent our summer vacation

Summer research lets students explore opportunities

Grace notes

Grace notes

Whistling is his gift to share

Alumni Events

The D.C. BOLD go bowling!
Bowl with BOLD Alumni at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 15, at Bowl America in Falls Church, Va. BOLD stands for Bearcats of the Last Decade and refers to alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years. Cost is $15 to cover shoes and two hours of bowling. Transportation from DuPont and East Falls Church Metro available. Register here before March 6.

Real Estate Networking Event
Join us for a Real Estate Networking Happy Hour from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, at Butterfield 8 Restaurant & Lounge in Manhattan. If you work in real estate, this is a chance to meet other alumni with similar interests. Cost is $30. Click here for details and to register by March 6.

Class Notes

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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MUSIC. Christopher Ullman '86 is a four-time winner of the International Whistling Contest. He has performed in the Oval Office, on NPR and on television.
MUSIC. Camille Thurman '09 is a jazz musician who plays sax and flute. She also has a four-octave vocal range.
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.

Recent Posts

Life on paper William Dwiggins creates a charcoal drawing in Blazo Kovacevic’s life drawing class. Dwiggins, a junior painting major, says, "I know that I have something to offer, and there's a message in what I do." Watch him in action. Click here for video.
Spreading holiday cheer Binghamton University students were singing and running and decking their halls as they geared up for the start of the holidays and the end of the semester. See the 11 ways the campus community made merry in 2014. Click here to read.
15 from the faculty Poetry, fiction, history and sociological insight — Binghamton University authors (that's Alexi Zentner, above) write books covering many different genres. Blogger Erin Rosenblum shares 15 recommendations to add to your reading list. Click here for the list.

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Life drawing
Life drawing

Summer Scholar and Artist Marci Green
Summer Scholar and Artist Marci Green

University Fest 2014
University Fest 2014

What couldn’t you live without?
What couldn’t you live without?

The Psychology of Fear
The Psychology of Fear

Becoming a mascot
Becoming a mascot