Late Nite Binghamton moves to the Downtown Center
The Binghamton University student program, Late Nite, will be held at the University Downtown Center at 6 p.m. Friday, December 7, to coincide with the City of Binghamton's First Friday events. This event is free and open to the public.
A student art exhibit, music and refreshments will be available at the facility, located at 167 Washington Street. Also, Atom, the world's fastest painter, will be on hand to entertain the crowd.
Late Nite Binghamton recently joined the Gorgeous Washington Street Association and hopes to bring programming to the Downtown Center on a monthly basis, according to Justin Joseph, Late Nite Coordinator. “We are hoping that Late Nite First Friday will be one of the many ways the community can see the talents of Binghamton University students and see this as a great opportunity to bring the campus community to the downtown area.”
The Late Nite Binghamton program is designed to enhance the quality of student life during peak social interaction times by providing activities attractive to all students.
For more information contact the Binghamton University Campus Life Office at (607) 777-2811, or email Late Nite Binghamton, at Latenite@binghamton.edu