Posted by Rahilou Diallo; photos by Kelvin Gutierrez on November 22, 2016
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the things that mean the most to us, and the Binghamton University population is thankful for a whole lot! We took a stroll around campus to ask students, faculty and staff members to share what they're most appreciative of this year. Some of their responses will surprise you!
Posted by Rahilou Diallo on November 17, 2016
Built in 2000, Binghamton's Clock Tower stands at 108.25 feet and is one of the University's most recognizable landmarks. Let's take a look at all the different faces of this iconic structure!
Posted by Junior Allie Young on November 9, 2016
It's rare to meet a student who has accomplished just one of the many feats that Tremayne Stewart has. While his academic career as a computer engineering student is certainly impressive, what strikes me most about Tremayne is his humble disposition and ability to connect with anyone. From building robots to making music, he puts his soul into everything he does. But in his eyes, he hasn't even scraped the surface of what he wants to do.
Posted by Kara Bilello on November 9, 2016
Kara is a double major, an intern and a student athlete: Vicariously experience a day in her life!
Posted by Patricia Nieberg on November 7, 2016
President Harvey Stenger's dog, Madison, created more buzz than expected when he took over Binghamton's Snapchat. A typical dog day afternoon through the eyes of Madison Stenger was the biggest Snapchat hit thus far for the University!