Posted by Jacob Wilkins on June 7, 2022
Posted by Michael Burt, BA ‘15 MSW ‘21 and Tanyah Barnes on May 31, 2022
Pride Month is celebrated in June each year to commemorate the uprising following police raiding the Stonewall Inn in New York City on June 28, 1969, which served as a pivotal moment for the LGBTQIA+ rights movement. Pride Month is a time for the LGBTQIA+ community to come together and celebrate their identities, recognize advancements that have been made and reflect on work that still needs to be done. Pride Month is also a wonderful opportunity for those questioning their identities to continue to learn more about them and for allies to reflect and learn about how they can offer support in effective ways.
The following is a listing of 11 resources and things to remember as you celebrate and support our LGBTQIA+ community during Pride Month.
Posted by Isabella Cavallo '22 on May 24, 2022
Binghamton is a packed with fun things to do during the summer months. If you are staying in town this season, you can take advantage of the warm weather and explore state parks and hiking trails in the area. To really amp up the fun, check out some of these festivals and events happening soon.
Posted by Isabella Cavallo on May 12, 2022
Posted by Nicole El Chami on May 9, 2022
Everyone told me these would be the fastest four years of my life— they were right. As graduation approaches, I can’t believe how far I’ve come since moving into my dorm room in August 2018. I entered college as an economics major and remained on that path for two and a half years before realizing it wasn’t for me. We entered a pandemic, I changed my major, and grew increasingly grateful for the environment Binghamton brought me.
Returning to campus my junior year, I began to explore all Binghamton has to offer. Now that my time as an undergraduate student is coming to an end, I wanted to share my personal list of things you can’t miss before graduation. From restaurants and walking trails to beautiful parks, here is a bucket list of things to do before beginning your next chapter.