Posted by Madeline Loiaconi on December 13, 2021
The days have gotten shorter, the stars now stay out longer, and mornings are coated in a gentle layer of fresh snow, meaning it is officially holiday season here in Binghamton. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, with downtown streets decorated in beautiful lights and wreaths, while Mariah Carey once again dominates the charts. You can make the most of December right here in Binghamton with festivities and celebrations happening throughout the month.
Posted by John Brhel on December 13, 2021
It’s hard to compete with 2020, but 2021 turned out to be a pretty eventful year for Binghamton University (and in a good way)! We got to hold classes in person as well as Commencement and concerts! Beyond that, this year saw big grants for game-changing research, big improvements to campus facilities, big achievements for our athletes and … well, and a whole lot of other big things. We’ve gathered 21 photos that tell the story of Binghamton University in 2021. Here’s to another big year!
Posted by Madeline Loiaconi on December 3, 2021
2021 has been a celebration of community, growth and a return back to ‘normalcy.’ Coincidentally, Binghamton University celebrated its 75th anniversary this year. Our University has grown so much in such a short period of time, achieving things on level with some of the most elite universities. After digging through the archives, I’ve compiled several photos that encompass then and now to truly visualize how much has changed over time. Let’s take a look back at the history of the University to truly appreciate the community that Bearcats have built from scratch.
Posted by Seth Johnston on November 19, 2021
After over a year in lockdowns and virtual classes, the Binghamton University community is grateful to be back on campus. As the stress of the end of the semester sets in, it can be easy to lose sight of what you are thankful for. To keep the Bearcat spirit up, I walked around campus and asked people what they were most thankful for this year.
Posted by Isabella Cavallo on November 3, 2021
Across the country, people are struggling with the aftermath of the pandemic. COVID-19 has left many with grief, loneliness, anxiety and additional mental health challenges. At Binghamton, this has not gone unnoticed. From new initiatives hosted by the CARE team to a new interactive support database, the University is listening and responding by ramping up resources to address these issues.
There are so many support systems and resources available, that it can be overwhelming to figure out where to go and/or who to talk with. If you or a friend are looking for help with any issue related to health or wellness, or you are simply curious about what the University offers to help students with mental health, this complete guide of resources for students on campus should help you determine where to turn.