Posted by Carolyn Heefner on February 5, 2019
It's our third annual Valentine's Day blog, where we feature alumni who were seeing hearts in Pantone 342 when they met on campus! These 15 alumni stories will give you all the feels so grab the tissues and be inspired by these grateful grads. Thank you to the alumni who submitted stories and photos to us via email and Facebook.
Posted by Cali Scahill on February 5, 2019
Celebrating Valentine's Day isn't only for couples. While the holiday is meant to honor love, that doesn't mean you need a date in order to have a good time. Here are some fun events in Binghamton to help you enjoy the day.
Posted by Cali Scahill on February 1, 2019
Although the semester just started, it's never too early to start planning ahead for upcoming homework, tests and responsibilities. While you may not be drowning in work just yet, it can be helpful to know where to go when you need some extra assistance. Here are some on-campus resources that are available to help you ace this semester.
Posted by Kim Washington on January 17, 2019
Calling all commuters! Is commuting not what you expected it to be? Need some advice? Here you will find some of the best ways to ace being a commuter! Last year was my first year living off campus, and it took me some time to adjust to not being on campus and having instant access to everything like food, printing services and tutoring.
Posted by Jamie Goerke on January 17, 2019
On-campus students at Binghamton are required to have a meal plan, which gives you a certain amount of money per semester to spend however you please. The key to maintaining your plan is to eat at the dining halls, rather than retail dining. Unlike the MarketPlace and other retail spots, dining hall food items are cheaper and will help you get through the semester with funds to spare. Here's a rundown of some of the best options available in our dining halls.