Dealing works of contemporary art
Innovation of concept. Maturity of technique. To Barry Neuman '79, these are some of the most important qualities in a piece of art. His perspective is not that of a casual fan; he's an art dealer in New York and director of Modern Culture, a fine arts enterprise.
Alumnus' Titanic play to be part of shipwreck anniversary cruise
Frank Avellino '84 never imagined that a brainstorm with friends at Denny's on the Vestal Parkway would be part of something that has lived on for nearly 30 years.
Binghamton University has some staunch supporters. Since the launch of Bold.Brilliant.Binghamton — The Campaign for Binghamton University, people believing in Binghamton’s mission — to provide a stellar yet accessible education — have donated nearly $1 million a month and innumerable hours of time.
Think Binghamton advocacy update
Now is the time to emphasize the importance of Binghamton University and SUNY to the vitality of the state and the region, to argue against additional state cuts in higher education, and to advocate for legislative reform including the implementation of a fair and predictable tuition policy for SUNY.
Robbins climbs stepladder to bowling tournament title
About 40 people competed in the second-ever Binghamton University Alumni Association Bowling Tournament, held Jan. 22, at Midway Lanes in Vestal. This event featured some of the area's top competitors.
Alumni admissions volunteer spotlight
Marsha Ferziger Nagorsky '92 is based in the Chicago area and tells why she serves Binghamton as an alumni admissions volunteer, and why fellow alumni should consider doing the same.
Chili creators represent New York state at international competition
Brad Kaminsky, MBA '00, and Dan Polhamus '00 know their chili recipe is an award-winner in New York state, and they were eager to prove their creation was world-class.
In conjunction with SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher's first State of the University address on Jan. 19, SUNY released its video, "The Power of SUNY – It’s Catching On!" featuring students from all 64 campuses in the SUNY system. Watch for Binghamton student Liz Bucci about 30 seconds into the video, wearing Binghamton University green in front of the Events Center.
What’s new at Binghamton University Magazine?
- Wonder what's going to make news this year? Seven faculty members make predictions in "7 for '11."
- What, exactly, does a Fulbright scholar do? Kristyn Mohr '10 is writing about her experiences in Malta.
- Who's on the Web? Alumni Online is a new way to keep up with alumni who have interesting websites or blogs.