Posted by Palmer Perkins on November 26, 2019
With finals approaching, paper deadlines looming and the holidays just around the corner, the end of the fall semester at Binghamton can be a lot more stressful than it needs to be. Be sure to take advantage of campus resources and attend events to alleviate your stress, and don’t forget about all of the mental health services available both on and off campus.
Posted by Laura Guerrero-Almeida on November 22, 2019
Whether it’s final projects or exams, it’s easy to get caught up in the moment at this time of year and forget to give thanks for what we have or where we are. To remind us of the essential things, I went around campus and asked the Binghamton community what they are thankful for.
Posted by Sophia Cohen on October 29, 2019
We all love Binghamton, but this small city is only a fraction of what the world has to offer! Check out a few of the life-changing adventures had by Bearcats as they share personal photos from their education abroad experiences with the Office of International Education and Global Initiatives.
Posted by By Laura Guerrero-Almeida on October 22, 2019
College students are, to say the least, busy. But when they’re not studying or socializing, what do they do? I asked some Binghamton students what they are streaming this fall. Here are some of their binge-worthy responses.
Posted by Laura Guerrero-Almeida on October 10, 2019
As you may have heard, our very own Stanley Whittingham received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. What you may not know is that he’s published over 200 academic articles, or that he helped found our Materials Science and Engineering Program. Here’s a list of things you probably didn't know about the distinguished professor of chemistry and materials science.