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.
Posted by Sophomore and Intern at Binghamton's Media and PR Office Patricia Nieberg on April 26, 2016
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.
Posted by Senior Matthew Carrigan on April 18, 2016
Binghamton students and faculty are environmentally conscious in their personal lives, and the University’s focus on maintaining the environment reflects this. Binghamton follows several initiatives geared towards keeping the Earth clean while still paving the road towards progress and success. Sustainability is one of the University's five transdisciplinary areas of excellence, using the knowledge, resources and outlook of individuals spanning across disciplines to keep the environment clean. Binghamton promotes sustainable practices in its daily and long-term operations by focusing energy towards specific sustainable practices.
Posted by Sophomore and Intern at Binghamton's Media and PR Office Patricia Nieberg on April 18, 2016