Posted by John Brhel on August 4, 2021
Figuring out what to bring and what not to pack when moving new students onto campus can be overwhelming. Is 100 boxes of Easy Mac enough? To help parents and guardians figure out what to bring this year, we asked members of the Binghamton University Bearcat Family Facebook page to share some of their must-have move-in items. Here are some of the highlights.
Posted by Jacob Wilkins on June 22, 2021
Planning a visit to Binghamton University? We’ve put together this checklist to plan your trip including lodging, restaurants, activities and more, so when you arrive here you’re guaranteed to have a fun and productive stay!!
Posted by Michael Burt, BA ‘15 MSW ‘21 and Tanyah Barnes on June 14, 2021
Pride Month is celebrated in June each year to commemorate the uprisings at Stonewall Inn in June 1969 which helped spark the LGBTQIA+ rights movement. Pride Month is a time for the LGBTQIA+ community to come together and celebrate their identities, recognize advancements that have been made and reflect on work that still needs to be done. Pride Month is also a wonderful opportunity for those questioning their identities to continue to learn more about them and for allies to reflect and learn about how they can offer support in effective ways. While most Pride events are celebrated in June, here at Binghamton University our LGBTQ Center officially celebrates Pride in October during LGBTQIA+ History Month, since a majority of our community is away during the summer.
The following is a listing of 12 resources and things to remember as you support and engage with our LGBTQIA+ community during National Pride Month.
Posted by Jacob Wilkins on June 7, 2021
As more venues begin to open up, there’s plenty to do in Binghamton this summer! Whether you’re a student staying in town for the semester or looking for something to do with your family….we’ve got something for you!
Posted by Casey Staff on May 19, 2021
From recognizing cherished pets to getting hyped for grad school, members of Binghamton University’s Class of 2021 celebrated this major milestone in their lives by decorating their caps! Check out some of the many meaningful and brilliantly decorated designs!