Posted by Jacob Wilkins on June 18, 2020
As we all try to combat systemic racism and oppression in our daily lives, here is a selection of books, movies, podcasts, websites, documentaries and more that can help you better understand the history of racial injustice against African-Americans in the United States. This is an evolving list and we welcome your suggestions by emailing email@example.com
Posted by Jacob Wilkins on May 7, 2020
We know it's hard not being on campus and in the comfort of your office or classroom. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources available for you to remain connected to the Binghamton community. Here are some resources and services available to you to maintain your physical and mental health.
Posted by Sophia Cavalluzzi on May 5, 2020
Needless to say, my daily routine has drastically changed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. I’m used to commuting to campus, seeing friends, and going out to restaurants or coffee shops. My hometown was hit hard by the pandemic, so I decided it was safest to stay in Binghamton. I have been quarantined off-campus with my boyfriend for the past six weeks. To keep myself entertained, I thought it would be interesting to record a day in my life as a student during the pandemic. Enjoy!
Posted by Jacob Wilkins on April 29, 2020
Binghamton University alumni are taking their degrees and using them to make a direct impact on those most in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the stories of those who are on the frontlines and making us “Bearcat proud.”
Posted by Sophia Cavalluzzi on April 24, 2020
Binghamton alumnus Marc Lawrence ‘81 has written, produced and directed a variety of movies. If you’re looking for something to watch during your movie marathons, Lawrence has something for you, from star-studded rom-coms to family-friendly watches. Previews down below!