Posted by Nicole El Chami on February 9, 2022
Whether you’re spending the day with your friends or your sweetheart, there’s no reason not to spread the love this Valentine’s Day. Here are a few things you can do to celebrate in Binghamton this year!
Posted by Isabella Cavallo and Nicole El Chami on January 31, 2022
You’re bound to gain a few things in your time at Binghamton: an education, new friends, great opportunities…and maybe even a love to last a lifetime? For these Binghamton alumni, they really “went the distance” with their college sweethearts and made it far beyond dorm rooms and dining hall dates. Whether you’re single or in a relationship, grab yourself a Valentine’s Day treat and check out these Binghamton love stories!
Posted by John Brhel on January 13, 2022
Spring 2022 is going to be a great semester, but we need the cooperation of every student to make it run smoothly and safely for all. Last semester was a success, and we know we can do it again with your help! Whether you live on or off campus, vaccine booster shots and testing will be crucial to keeping numbers down and ensuring that you can safely enjoy in-person academic and extracurricular opportunities for months to come. Here are some of the most important things you need to know as the spring semester kicks off.
Posted by Madeline Loiaconi on December 15, 2021
With the holidays right around the corner, finding the perfect gift can be challenging. Whether you’re looking for food, a book or an antique, many Binghamton alumni have started companies that can definitely contribute to your holiday gift shopping. Find a special gift for a loved one or find your new favorite movie this holiday season with a gift guide made entirely by notable Binghamton alumni.
Posted by Isabella Cavallo/Photos by Seth Johnston on December 15, 2021
When I arrived on campus freshman year, I was happily suprised with the endless meal choices and tasty food at Binghamton University. From the dining halls, MarketPlace and a Dunkin Donuts on campus, I enjoyed every meal and never grew tired of the options.
Fast-forward two years when I cut meat out of my diet and I suddenly felt like my dinner options on campus were limited to the same salads every day. I avoided eating in the dining halls and cooked at home more often, but I am a horrible chef and I missed picking up a big sandwich on campus. So I decided to go on a scavenger hunt of sorts and try all the vegetarian and vegan meal options on campus, and it turns out there’s a lot! To make things easier for all of you, I ranked my seven favorite options I think everyone should give a try.