11 Reasons to Get Excited for Spring Fling 2016

Posted by Senior Matthew Carrigan on May 3, 2016

It’s almost that time of the year again. Held annually in May, Spring Fling signifies one final weekend for students to have fun before the stress of diligent studying and paper writing hits during Finals Week. Students can enjoy live music, every greasy food known to man, and enough rides to make your head spin. Here are some reasons we’re looking forward to Bing Spring Fling 2016 on May 7. (Say that five times fast.)

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A Day in the Life of Douglas Harrington: A Marketing Major with a Creative Streak

Posted by Senior Matthew Carrigan on May 3, 2016

A theater enthusiast by nature and a marketing major by choice, Douglas Harrington is as passionate about Binghamton as he is about using his sense of creativity to succeed. Though he is graduating in just three years, having earned two semesters worth of college credits in high school, his extracurricular schedule keeps him busier than most students would be four years in. A humble student, Harrington said that he’s “not really special, just busy.” We disagree. See what a normal day at Binghamton is like for Doug.

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Binghamton Then & Now: An Interactive Photo Gallery

Posted by Senior Jacqueline Eriksen on April 29, 2016

Binghamton is always looking to improve its campus and make it the best place possible for students. Over the past few decades, the buildings and scenery that we see every day have changed dramatically.

Slide the vertical bars on the images below back and forth to witness the incredible changes our University has made over time!

A Day in the Life of Maytar Nebel: A Freshman DiRT Researcher

Posted by Sophomore and Intern at Binghamton's Media and PR Office Patricia Nieberg on April 26, 2016

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A Day in the Life of David Sherlock: A Biology Major

Posted by Recent Graduate Bridget Kunz '15 on April 20, 2016

There are a myriad of reasons why high school students choose Binghamton University as their home-away-from-home. One of those reasons is the diverse opportunities that Binghamton offers to its students outside of the classroom. Beyond academics, students here have a huge array of clubs, organizations, internships, part-time jobs and other leadership positions to choose from.

Here is a portrait of a student with a ‘go-getter’ attitude who is taking advantage of all the opportunities that Binghamton boasts.

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