Posted by Kaitlyn Hart on January 11, 2021
Since we recently hit 2,000 followers, here are some of my favorite Binghamton University TikToks, or as I like to call them, BingToks. We feature everything from popular dance trends to campus tours and more on our account, so be sure to follow us @binghamtonu to be a part of our TikTok journey!
Posted by Jacob Wilkins on December 18, 2020
Though we are celebrating differently this season, due to the pandemic, there are still ways to enjoy the most wonderful time of the year! From visits with live reindeer to holiday light displays, there are a lot of ways to get in the holiday spirit!
Posted by John Brhel, Photos by Jonathan Cohen on December 16, 2020
2020, huh? It was a life-changing year worldwide, and it certainly will go down as one of the most "memorable" in University history. COVID-19 changed so much of the campus experience, but the challenges it presented resulted in some impressive achievements from our faculty, staff and students. Massive societal events, like the presidential election and protests against racial injustice, impacted our community as well. And let’s not forget the largest donor gift in University history, the construction of our new Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences building, and more! There’s a lot to talk about. To sum things up, we’ve gathered 20 photos that tell the bigger story of Binghamton University in the year to end all years: 2020.
Posted by Lauren Kidd on December 10, 2020
Whether they own everything or they’re picky, there are always a few people that we struggle to find a gift for during the holidays. I know that I’m always scrambling to find something for my Mom. If you’re looking for some ideas, check out these Bing-tastic gifts!
Posted by Lauren Kidd on November 20, 2020
Though Thanksgiving may look a little different this year, there is still much to be thankful for. I will miss having a big family dinner, but at least I know that my family will be safe. Now more than ever, Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the things that matter most. Here is a look at what Binghamton students are thankful for this year.