Posted by Erin Rosenblum (December 2014); Updated on April 13, 2017
As a Bartle veteran, you probably know what to order at Jazzman's (a warm chocolate chip cookie) and what room to visit if you have heavy studying to do ("The White Room.") You've figured out the perfect time to print in order to avoid lines, and when to snag a highly coveted computer in the Info Commons. Here are some things you might not know about our old friend Glenn G.
Posted by Melissa Wickes on April 7, 2017
The Binghamton University Snapchat account allows us to get an inside look at what and who make Binghamton so great. Whether you are a writer, a performer, an athlete, a bus driver or anything else, we want to hear your story via a Snapchat takeover. Here are some of our favorites!
Posted by Kara Bilello on April 5, 2017
During the week of March 27, the Binghamton University Student Ambassador page hosted a series of 5 Facebook Live tours to showcase each of our unique dorm communities! Check out this post to find out which feels most like your future home!
Posted by Melissa Wickes on March 23, 2017
The last time I ran into Neil Harris on campus, I asked him what he was up to, to which he responded: "Making connections." Neil believes that his opportunity to learn goes far beyond the realms of the classrooms here at Binghamton University. Through community involvement, fundraising and relationship-building, Neil has certainly left his mark on Binghamton -- but he's not quite done leaving his mark on the world.
Posted by Samantha Schoenfeld on March 23, 2017
For nearly seventeen years, Binghamton students have been filled with Bearcat pride. Today students can attend basketball games with a guarantee of seeing Baxter and the BU Zoo. However, if you attended a game prior to 2000, you would have had a very different experience. From a donkey with a tendency to bite students to a chicken costume that stole the show, Binghamton’s quirky mascot history will probably surprise you.