Posted by Bridget Kunz on February 26, 2016
Binghamton University’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science (Watson, for short) offers five different undergraduate majors: Biomedical Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. One of the many great things about being an engineering student at Binghamton is that you get to take courses in different disciplines during your freshman year to help you figure out what specific major you want to pursue! Learn what it’s like to be a Watson student from one awesome engineer-to-be.
Posted by Bridget Kunz on February 17, 2016
Inclusion for all individuals regardless of their identifying characteristics sounds great on paper, but how does it transition from idea to reality? Through action. Action is exactly what student activists and the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, in collaboration with Physical Facilities, have taken towards ensuring that students of all gender identities and expressions have a safe space to use a restroom.
There is currently at least one Gender Neutral Restroom in 18 buildings from across main campus to the University Downtown Center, with 48 in total. Here's the scoop on where they are located and what students have to say about them.
Posted by Matthew Carrigan on February 5, 2016
The beginning of any semester is the perfect time to start off on the right foot. Not sure what you can do? Here are some easy ways to be proactive now to position yourself for a smooth midterm and finals week.
Posted by Patricia Nieberg on January 29, 2016
Welcome back, Binghamton students! If you're looking for fun and exciting things to do in spring 2016, this is your go-to guide. Check off your calendars and make your plans now. Because you can only stay in your room and binge-watch TV shows for so long.
Posted by Morgan Gold on December 22, 2015
Binghamton University proves that the college lifestyle is not all about binge eating junk food and watching Netflix in bed all day. Health and wellness have become a top priority since the campus launched its B-Healthy initiative in 2013. Greatist.com recently named Binghamton one of the Top 25 Healthiest Colleges in the U.S. Here are eight reasons why!