Alumni Global Day of Service
On April 18, Binghamton alumni will make a world of difference by participating in a day of service. This initiative will unite alumni (and Binghamton students locally) in meaningful service projects within their communities on a single, designated day while demonstrating the power and reach of our global alumni network. You can volunteer at a designated service site or do an independent service project. For details, click here.
Wine tasting at Martha Clara Vineyards
Join fellow alumni for a wine tasting at Martha Clara Vineyards from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 12, in Riverhead, N.Y. Tasting includes five wines and a gourmet boxed lunch of your choosing. Friends and family of alumni (including children) are welcome. Cost is $20 per person. For details and to register by April 1, click here.
Alumni to gather at Facebook
San Francisco Bay Area alumni are invited to join President Harvey Stenger and Watson School Dean Hari Srihari at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8. Also attending will be Vice President of Advancement Jim Broschart, MBA '92, and Vice President of Research Bahgat Sammakia. The event will be hosted by David Jakubowski '94, head of ad tech and atlas at Facebook. Please register by April 2. For details and registration, click here.
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.
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.
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.
Summer Scholar and Artist Marci Green
University Fest 2014
What couldn’t you live without?
The Psychology of Fear
Becoming a mascot