Posted by Sophia Cavalluzzi on April 22, 2020
Online classes are not something many of us are used to. Without the structure of daily classes, seeing your professors or walking to Bartle to study, it can be hard to stay motivated. I reached out to some peers to see what they were doing to adjust and do well in school. One thing I personally do is make sure my planner is completely updated. When we switched to virtual learning, I crossed out any old due dates and updated them. I also started color-coding in a new color to make the changes clear. For more tips, check out some of what my fellow students said!
Posted by Sophia Cavalluzzi on April 15, 2020
Most of us Bearcats have gone home, but I decided to stay in Binghamton for the rest of the semester. Classes have moved online, but I wanted to know what other resources were still available to me. So whether you’ve gone home or stuck around town, here are some resources Binghamton students still have access to!
Posted by Sophia Cavalluzzi on April 14, 2020
With everything going on due to the coronavirus pandemic, it can be easy to forget to take care of yourself. Between managing a new school system, and constantly being bombarded with news, I often get overwhelmed. While all this is going on, I’m going to make it a priority to focus on myself - and you should too! Here are some self-care tips that might inspire you.
Posted by Cali Scahill on April 13, 2020
We all know Binghamton University is the best public university in the Northeast, but did you know that the City of Binghamton is highly rated as well? While Binghamton may not be the biggest city, it has a great college atmosphere, and more than just students can attest to that. Binghamton was rated among the top 20 college towns in the U.S. by The American Institute for Economic Research and Business Insider, and was named one of the top 30 small college towns with a great quality of life by Best Choice Schools. Interested in what we have to offer? Check out why Binghamton is so great.
Posted by John Brhel on April 8, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many new changes and challenges for Binghamton University students. To help students adapt and manage their newfound stress, Mental Health Promotion Coordinator Jessica Cohen is offering tips each Wednesday, covering topics such as maintaining a routine and using social media in a positive manner. (Note: These videos originally ran on social media and include references to tap features that are not applicable).