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OCTOBER 2017

 

Homecoming 2017

Homecoming unites alumni in #BingPride celebration

When you move off campus, you leave the residential community behind, but it never leaves you. The sentiment could be seen in the nearly 300 alumni and students who attended the Hinman College 50th anniversary dinner. Hinman alumni were a sizable portion of the nearly 1,200 who attended Homecoming. Binghamton green and signs of #BingPride were visible throughout campus. 

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TIER Talks

Homecoming speakers and cool glasses give view into the future

After entering Casadesus Recital Hall for the TIER Talks speaker event at Homecoming, the first thing noticeable wasn't the absence of the large piano that's usually at the front of the room. It was a black metal contraption - with a red leather seat and steering wheel - that looked like it belonged in a video game, not a music hall. By giving the audience something to touch and feel, TIER Talks was going to live up to its acronym of Talks that Inspire, Educate and Resonate.  

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Binghamton University alumni

Westchester TIER Talks examines smoking-hot cannabis industry

The craze for cannabis is bigger than ever. Across America, more people are clamoring for medical and recreational marijuana. Businesses are staking their claim into what could be the next iteration of the 1990s tech boom. An esteemed panel of cannabis industry experts explored these issues Sept. 27, at the first TIER Talks® presented by M&T Bank in Westchester County.  

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Binghamton University

Second Annual Alumni Giving Challenge

The 21 Binghamton varsity teams took part in the Athletics Alumni Giving Challenge, competing against each other to raise funds for their sports and the athletics department. The campaign was held Sept. 29 and the results were announced during the Homecoming tailgate. The challenge was made possible by William H. Groner '77, who sponsored the event. 

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Alumni Center's Traditions Hall dedicated at Homecoming

The late Charlene Kahlor Kramer '73, LHD '04 was a remarkable person who epitomized Binghamton pride and it's only fitting that she's remembered at the Alumni Center, said President Harvey Stenger. In a tribute to the generosity she and her husband Roger Kramer '72 have shown toward the University over four decades, the corridor entering the Alumni Center has been named the Charlene Kahlor Kramer Traditions Hallway. 

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