Posted by Cali Scahill on March 18, 2020
With the recent transition to online courses, it may be hard to adjust to the new, virtual-learning environment. Many are used to learning in person, and seeing your professors and classmates on a computer screen may be a new experience. If you’re having trouble adapting, or just want some tips on how to make the most out of online learning, check out our guide to navigating the virtual-learning landscape.
Posted by by Sophia Cavalluzzi on March 4, 2020
In honor of National Employee Appreciation Day, we asked the Binghamton University community to nominate their favorite employees on campus. It could be a professor, a student employee, dining hall staff - anybody who stands out! We got an incredible number of responses, and it was hard to filter through them all. Here are a few of the nominees, with a little bit about what makes them so special. They all go above and beyond, and campus wouldn't be the same without them. Thanks to everyone who nominated someone!
Posted by Sophia Cavalluzzi on February 14, 2020
It's National Random Acts of Kindness Week! To celebrate, I went around campus and found seven kind things to do for others. I had a lot of fun and it inspired me to try and do more of these things on a regular basis. I loved seeing how happy everyone was -- it doesn't take a lot to turn someone's day around! Make it your mission to do one random act of kindness for someone around you every day. Keep reading to see some of the things I did!
Posted by Carolyn Heefner on January 29, 2020
Happy Valentine's Day and welcome to part two of our fourth annual Binghamton couples blog! Thank you to the alumni and students who submitted their stories and photos to us via email, Facebook and Instagram.
Posted by By Carolyn Heefner on January 27, 2020
It's almost Valentine's Day and our alumni and students have gone all out and really shared the #BingLove! We have stories from so many generations of Binghamton grads! Sit back and enjoy our fourth annual V-Day tradition. This feature is part one of a two-part blog series. Thank you to the alumni and students who submitted their stories and photos to us via email, Facebook and Instagram.