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Binghamton University hosts 38th Annual Poetry and the Children Day


BINGHAMTON, NY – More than 400 students from 35 schools and 12 school districts will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 20, in the Osterhout Concert Theater of the Anderson Center at Binghamton University for the 38th Annual Poetry and the Children Day. After the opening presentation, students will present their poems throughout the Fine Arts Building.

Binghamton Commencement speaker overcomes challenges of delivering speech on Jewish day of rest


BINGHAMTON, NY -- Don Greenberg was thrilled to be announced as one of this year’s student Commencement speakers for Binghamton University’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science. However, when he learned that his Commencement ceremony was on Shabbat, it appeared as if all hope was lost. Growing up as an Orthodox Jew, Shabbat had always been a time for Greenberg to spend with friends and family, while also resting. For many Jews, Shabbat is a time to disregard many of the typical demands of modernity, such as driving, using electronics, writing, cooking and other forms of "work."

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