Posted by Bridget Kunz on September 25, 2015
Binghamton University is spread across 930 acres, and that doesn’t include the various off-campus facilities. With that much space to roam, students may miss out on some of the coolest spots on campus if they stick to the same routes every day. Here are just some of the many hidden gems on campus -- some off the beaten path -- that deserve a visit.
Posted by Ashley Zachariah on August 6, 2015
It may be summer, but Binghamton faculty are hard at work researching everything from detecting onsets of depression to understanding what makes better leaders! And national news outlets around the world, like Wired and The New York Times, are taking note. Here are just a few of the major breakthroughs Binghamton researchers have achieved in recent months.
Posted by Binghamton University on July 15, 2015
After receiving so much enthusiasm from our first list, we've decided to add more of our talented alumni -- because 14 simply wasn't enough!
Binghamton University’s Alumni Association represents over 120,000 graduates and gives special recognition awards to alumni every year. Binghamton graduates are out in the real world -- working at the nation’s top companies, winning awards, publishing novels, launching startups, conducting important research and making their mark as alumni.
You probably already know about our most visible alumni, like actor Billy Baldwin, singer Ingrid Michaelson and Progressive's "Flo," but there are many lesser-known yet equally impressive Binghamton graduates. Here are just a few.
Posted by Ashley Zachariah on May 12, 2015
Binghamton will celebrate a milestone event the weekend of May 15-17, as thousands of students walk across the Events Center stage for Spring Commencement 2015. Here are some fun and interesting facts about Spring Commencement -- and why this year’s ceremonies will be bigger and better than ever.
Posted by Kate Sherwood on May 5, 2015
I can't believe that in just a couple of weeks, I'll be able to call myself a Binghamton University alumna. It seems not too long ago that I transferred here from New Paltz and was hauling my stuff into Endicott, room 224. Since then, I've grown to love Binghamton and all the opportunity it has given me.
I began as an opera performance major, but will graduate with a degree in social media marketing -- yeah, they let me create my own major. I've met amazing people from around the world, professors and advisors have become friends, and I have even been fortunate enough to help manage the University's social media pages. All in all, the past three years only affirmed my belief that Binghamton University truly is the "Premier Public University in the Northeast."
With this bucket list, I say farewell to Binghamton, and congratulations to the Class of 2015 -- we did it!!!