Posted by Gabriella Derlly on April 17, 2019
Just a few more weeks until I walk across the Events Center stage, move my tassel to the left, and throw my cap in the air -- and just like that I and my fellow classmates will be able to call ourselves Binghamton University graduates! Before that momentous day happens, however, there's a few things I want to do. Sure, we’ve studied vigorously, pulled countless all-nighters, been over-caffeinated from Jazzman’s coffee, and have taken about a million laps around M-lot trying to find a spot, but we still haven’t done it all! Here's a list of must-do activities before graduating from Binghamton!
Posted by Sophia Cohen on April 12, 2019
Finals are stressful; there's no two ways about it. Luckily, Binghamton understands the #struggle that students are going through. That's why the Dean of Students Office is happy to bring back its annual Stress-Free Bing initiative. Stress-free Bing starts on April 15, with events happening nearly every day, all over campus. Check out some of the highlights!
Posted by on April 12, 2019
In our "Life After Bing" series, we bring you quick interviews with alumni who are leaders in their fields, trail-blazers. Find out how these alums got to be where they are now, and how Binghamton shaped their lives.
Alumna Jacki Jing '08 is on the move! From anchor at WGNO in New Orleans to host and producer at IGN Entertainment, Jacki is building her resume and even interviewing stars like Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans. But before she sat down with our favorite heroes, she walked across campus for classes -- just like you! Read her quick interview and learn more about this impressive host, then check out a couple of her star-studded chats!
Posted by By Carolyn Heefner on April 4, 2019
It’s National Community Service Month and Binghamton is showing there's power in numbers by making a difference across the world with our annual Global Days of Service, April 12-14! Take a look at some of the projects taking place nationally and around the globe -- there's still time to participate!
Posted by Laurie Dupnock on March 8, 2019
We’ve made it to the halfway point in the semester: spring break! Traveling to warmer, sunnier places is one of the best ways to spend the break -- besides catching up on sleep. I talked with Timothy Faughnan, associate vice president for emergency services, who shared some tips to keep in mind while traveling over break so you can relax, recharge and soak up some sun on your trip safely.