Posted by Jamie Goerke on January 17, 2019
On-campus students at Binghamton are required to have a meal plan, which gives you a certain amount of money per semester to spend however you please. The key to maintaining your plan is to eat at the dining halls, rather than retail dining. Unlike the MarketPlace and other retail spots, dining hall food items are cheaper and will help you get through the semester with funds to spare. Here's a rundown of some of the best options available in our dining halls.
Posted by Rachel Burt on January 9, 2019
You don't need to spend the entire winter hibernating! Greater Binghamton offers amazing indoor and outdoor winter fun! Check out these awesome things to do to keep you busy until the spring.
Posted by Office of Media and Public Relations on December 19, 2018
With another year coming to a close, what better way to reflect than by looking back? Here are some of the University's most memorable moments from 2018.
Posted by Office of Media and Public Relations on December 10, 2018
With the holidays approaching, we thought what better way to celebrate than to invite everyone on campus to put on an ugly sweater and get their picture taken? Binghamton students, faculty and staff donned their festive apparel for our first-ever Holiday Sweater Contest. Participants were asked to bring a food or personal care items to donate to Bear Necessities Food Pantry. From sweaters celebrating sports teams to more homespun creations, Binghamton really came through in our inaugural event. Take a gander at these festive sweaters!
Posted by Kim Washington on December 6, 2018
It’s the season of giving, and here at Binghamton University and throughout Broome County, there are plenty of ways you can make a difference in someone else’s life. Our Center for Civic Engagement offers a number of opportunities to give back, and we’ve listed just a few of those here. So go on and get involved, and don’t let the ‘giving’ stop when the season does.