HERstory: Binghamton University Celebrates Women’s History Month
Posted by Kim Mousseau on February 28, 2023
Black Binghamton University Alumni You Should Know About
Posted by Jillian McCarthy on February 15, 2023
During Black History Month, it’s important to learn about and reflect on the countless contributions of the Black community. Here at Binghamton, we want to recognize Black alums and how their accomplishments and excellence have helped make our University what it is today. Here are just a few of the exceptional Black alums you should know:
Will You “B” Mine? 43 Couples Who Found Love at Binghamton
Posted by John Brhel on February 8, 2023
Did you know that Binghamton is the Premier Public University to Find Your Future Love? We haven’t added that to our admissions materials yet, but we probably should. Just look at these couples! Each year we ask the Binghamton community to share their love stories, and this year we got some awesome submissions. From meet-cutes to long-brewing romances, these stories made us laugh, cry and feel the love.
Scroll to the bottom for links to blogs from previous years.
Celebrating Black History Month at Binghamton
Posted by Kim Mousseau on February 1, 2023
Black History Month presents an opportunity to recognize the many contributions of Black and African American people and their prominent role in shaping U.S. history. This year, Binghamton’s theme for Black History Month is “Community: Strength in Unity,” focusing on the role of community organizing today and examining how Black people have historically organized and built community: locally in native neighborhoods; nationally as Black people in America, and at an international level as Black people in a colonized world
Year of the Rabbit: Celebrating Lunar New Year in Binghamton
Posted by Kim Mousseau on January 20, 2023