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Virtual Family Weekend: Oct. 23–25, 2020!

We're not going to let the pandemic stop us from promoting Bearcat pride among our Binghamton parents and families! This year, we're offering a virtual Family Weekend on Oct. 23–25. University offices, academic departments, student groups and more will be hosting Zoom events, giveaways, contests, information, videos and other activities — anything goes! See the schedule below for our complete list of programs.

All programs are open to parents, families and students unless otherwise indicated.

Some programs require registration, so make sure to look at the schedule ahead of time and plan accordingly. If you have never joined a Zoom meeting, please feel free to watch this one-minute tutorial.

A welcome from President Harvey Stenger

Family Weekend Tribute

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Family Weekend SWAG Bag Giveaway!

Enter our Family Weekend SWAG bag giveaway by sending us one or two photos of you and your family participating in virtual Family Weekend festivities. Email to us at families@binghamton.edu by Wednesday, Oct. 28.

Events and programs

Program types

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Includes a fee Includes a fee

Giveaway Giveaway or contest

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Registration required Registration required

   

Schedule

  • On your time

    Virtual Tour of Downtown Binghamton

    Take a virtual tour of downtown on YouTube, presented by VisitBing!

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    Helping Your Student Engage with Others Online

    Watch Here

    Many times you may hear your student say that there's nothing to do on campus when really they just aren't quite sure how to utilize campus resources to branch out and meet others. This session will give examples of virtual spaces where students can connect and find ways to get involved outside of the classroom setting.

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    Connecting to Civic & Community Opportunities with the Center for Civic Engagement

    The Center for Civic Engagement connects students to opportunities to get involved in the community and participate in civic life through course-based experiences, volunteering, voting and more! This video provides a brief overview of our services and how our office supports your student's personal, professional and civic development.

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    Food Insecurity as a College Student

    Learn more about the Binghamton University Food Pantry, see our new and improved space on campus through a virtual tour. Listen as Maddie Petherick, graduate assistant with the pantry, discusses food insecurity and how it impacts the learning and health of college students.

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    Cheer Team Fight Song

    Sit back and enjoy watching the Binghamton Cheer Team deliver our Binghamton University Fight Song in front of the Events Center!

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    Are you a Binghamton Legacy Family? Enter a chance to win Bing Swag!

    Submit a photo of your Binghamton Legacy Family with names and class years and the hashtag #bingpride on the Binghamton University Bearcat Family Facebook page, or if you don’t do Facebook, to families@binghamton.edu between Oct. 23–25. Enter a chance to win a SWAG bag from the Alumni Association and Parent and Family Programs! We'll share all photos and the winner on the Facebook page the following week.

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    Family Weekend student a cappella performances!

    Enjoy the upbeat and fun performances of our student a cappella shows, a tradition at Family Weekend! Nine different a cappella groups will be performing showcasing the incredible talent of our Binghamton students. Featured groups include The Binghamton Crosbys, The Binghamton Treblemakers, The Binghamton Vibes, No Strings Attached, Rhythm Method, Note to Self, Kaskeset, and Harpur Harpeggios.

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    Bearcat Chat: Services that promote well-being and good mental health for students

    On this episode of Bearcat Chats, Jacob Wilkins speaks with members of the University Counseling Center (UCC), CARE Team, and Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS) on the ways their departments help support students in these challenging times.

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    Building Your Harpur Circle

    This presentation will introduce our students and family members to all of the resources our Harpur Academic advisors and peer advisors encourage students to utilize to make the most of their liberal arts degree.

    Behind the Curtain: A Tour of the Anderson Center for the Performing Arts

    Watch Here

    Take a virtual backstage tour of the Anderson Center facilities and join us in the rafters of the Osterhout Concert Theater for a view usually reserved for the Phantom of the Opera.

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    Family Weekend Steps to B-Healthy Walking Contest

    B-Healthy is sponsoring a walking contest for families during Family Weekend! It's a great excuse to stretch your legs, spend some family time together and enjoy the fall season! Have each member of your family keep track of the number of steps they walk during Family Weekend, Friday, Oct. 23–Sunday, Oct. 25. Before the end of the day on Sunday, enter your accumulated family step total using the form at the bottom of this webpage. B-Healthy will award prizes to the TOP FIVE FAMILIES based on the submissions received. Take a family selfie and email it to bhealthy@binghamton.edu. We want to see your family in action! Prizes will be mailed to your home.

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    9th Annual Running with the Goats

    Note: Donation link coming soon!

    A Family Weekend tradition! Join us for a virtual 5k run/walk and donate to help support the Maasai tribe, an impoverished tribe in Kenya, by purchasing goats for their village. Participate over an open 64-hour period beginning 6 a.m. on Friday through 4 p.m. on Sunday. Download the Nike running APP or use an APP of your choice to keep track of your time. Send a screenshot of your run time to us at runningwiththegoats@gmail.com. The top 3 runners will receive a prize! Suggested donation $10. Open for students and guests to register.

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    Walk/Run/Stroll for Inclusion

    How to participate

    You are invited to participate and join students, faculty, staff and families as they walk to support inclusion at Binghamton University! Support the student organization Best Buddies and the Institute for Child Development at Binghamton University. Open to all abilities and ages. You can participate wherever you are — at home or on campus. 

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    Binghamton University Dance Team: Family Weekend Performance

    The Binghamton University Dance Team loves to perform high energy, entertaining dance routines that showcase our Bearcat Spirit! We are "One Bearcat Family" at Binghamton University. We hope all of our Bearcat families can watch our performance and get excited for our first Virtual Family Weekend!

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    Transfer Student Alumni Panel

    WATCH HERE

    Hear from alumni who entered Binghamton University as transfer students as they look back and share their experiences. Find out how they made their transition into the University community with other students and how they became active in both their academic and social endeavors as an undergraduate student.

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    Former Binghamton Advantage Program (BAP) Student Panel

    WATCH HERE

    Hear from (former) BAP students that have since matriculated into Binghamton University, as they look back and share their experiences. Find out how they navigated two very different institutions and campus cultures, while finding a balance to engage in both academic and social endeavors in pursuit of their goal of becoming an official Bearcat.

  • Thursday, Oct. 22
    8–9 p.m.

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    Macbeth performed LIVE by students of the Theater Department.

    (Other performances also at 8 p.m. Oct. 15, 18 and 25)

    Purchase Tickets

    Binghamton University Theatre Department's first production of the 2020–21 season is the epic, sinister Shakespeare play which cannot be named in the theatre — that "Scottish play" laced with superstition, scandal and madness. Drunk with the prospect of power, Macbeth follows a fate that he may or may not be in control of. When prophecies come to fruition, deadly consequences are prowling around unknown corners for Macbeth. Experience our first production on a digital platform with Shakespeare’s most suspenseful tragedy from wherever you are! Tickets are on sale now!

    One ticket per screen. Once a ticket is purchased, participants will receive an email with specific information on how to connect to the performance.

  • Friday, Oct. 23
    10–11 a.m.

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    How to Help Your College Student's Mental Health

    Join via Zoom

    An interactive presentation that encourages parents and families to be aware of and identify signs of distress in their students and encourages them to take action regarding the safety and mental health of their college students. There is also a comprehensive overview of both campus and local mental health resources available to students at Binghamton. MHOPE student interns and staff will provide an introduction about themselves, and the work MHOPE does on campus

    Noon–runs 24 hours

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    WIN a 2021 Spring Meal Plan with Binghamton University Dining Services (BUDS)

    Click here to participate

    So, you think you know about BUDS? Okay, let’s find out! Join us for a 24-hr. trivia contest that begins at noon on Oct. 23, and test your expertise. The entrants with the most correct answers will be put into a random drawing to WIN a 2021 Spring meal plan. Open to on-campus and off-campus students. While both parents and students can play, only one entry per student is permitted. Winner will be announced on Facebook and Instagram @bingcampusfood at 3 p.m. Oct. 26!

    Official rules are available here.

    Noon–1 p.m.

    Binghamton Bookstore Virtual Tour and Clothing Sale (also offered at noon on Saturday)

    Join us for a virtual tour of the Binghamton University Bookstore and learn about upcoming events and current sales promotions! We will share this across all our social media platforms.

    Follow us on:

    Noon–1 p.m.

    Cinema Department Showcase

    Watch via Zoom

    After briefly introducing the Cinema Department, we will showcase films and videos produced by our Cinema students and talk about the courses we offer.

    Noon–1 p.m.

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    Dickinson Day Kahoot!

    REGISTER HERE

    Note: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    Freshen up on your Binghamton University and Dickinson trivia, and join the Dickinson Community for a fun game of Kahoot in celebration of Dickinson Day! We will be doing a gift bag giveaway filled with lots of Binghamton swag! To students, come play for a chance to win some amazing Binghamton University swag for yourself; and to parents, a chance to win lots of Binghamton University swag for your Binghamton student! As an added bonus, you'll learn so much more about Dickinson that you might've never known before. We'd love to see you there!

    1:30–2:30 p.m.

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    Q&A with current Watson School of Engineering students

    Join via Zoom

    Peer Advisors are available to meet with parents and families to answer questions about their experiences as a student in the Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science.

    2–3 p.m.

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    MRC Presents: Wheel of Culture

    Register here

    During this event, staff at the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) will be engaging parents and families by playing a ‘spin the wheel ‘game with questions about the MRC and different ways for students to connect virtually. We will be sharing a virtual pamphlet and video tour of the MRC as well. Each person who attends the program will be entered into a raffle where a total of three prizes will be given away!

    3–3:15 p.m.

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    Libraries Unmasked

    Join via Instagram Live

    Do you think being a librarian is all about lurking behind a desk and “shh-ing” students like some gargoyle? Do you think the library is nothing more than an over-glorified study space? It’s 2020 people — we have a lot more to offer than that!

    Did you know...

    • … you can get access to textbooks for free with Course Reserves (hey Biochemistry students — we got your book!)?
    • … you can get the latest research sent to your email?
    • … the Dean is a talented keyboardist — and has re-enacted the 1977 Grateful Dead show at Binghamton with Voodoo Highway & Co.?
    • … that Science Library has the most charging outlets of all Libraries locations?

    Tune in 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, for Libraries, Unmasked, an Instagram virtual event where we unmask our spaces, services, and even some of our staff members on Instagram Live (@bingulibraries) Submit your own Unmasking video featuring your name and your favorite Libraries’ service or space- you’ll be entered to win a Libraries swag pack! @bingulibraries on Instagram

    3–3:40 p.m.

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    Campus tour with the Dean's Team!

    Join via Zoom

    Meet the Dean's Team students who work in the Dean of Students office! They will introduce themselves and show participants a tour of campus with a Q&A to follow. The prerecorded tour is led by the students and will include showing The Union and MarketPlace, Peace Quad, Library, Lecture Hall, Health Center, Tutoring Center, the Spine, Gym, Admissions and Nature Preserve

    4–5 p.m.

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    Utilizing Career Services: The Student Perspective

    Join via Zoom

    This session will highlight the experiences of undergraduate and graduate students as they share how they leveraged the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development to achieve their own personal and professional goals. They will highlight services and events they took advantage of as well as why it's important to start early when it comes to career development. If you are wondering how the career center can help your student, this session is a good fit for you.

    4–5 p.m.

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    REACH Jeopardy (also offered 11 a.m. on Saturday)

    Join via Zoom

    Join us for an interactive Jeopardy game to learn more about REACH (Real Education About College Health), an important resource and service available to ALL Binghamton University students!

    4–4:30 p.m.

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    Take the Edge Off: Intro to Mindfulness and Meditation

    Join via Zoom

    Join Associate Director of Harpur Edge, Wendy Neuberger, for an introduction to mindfulness and meditation. Learn and practice the basics and relax!

    4–6 p.m.

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    Happy Hour Trivia with the Apartments Community

    Join via Zoom

    Join us for virtual Happy Hour trivia. We'll provide the trivia and music, you provide your own drinks and apps!

    5–5:30 p.m.

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    Pre-Shabbat Program with Chabad

    Join us Here

    Join an inspiring pre-Shabbat program, including reflections from students and staff at Chabad on the semester thus far.

    5–6:15 p.m.

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    Hinman Student/Family Zoom Talent Show*

    Join via Zoom

    All Hinman students and their family members are invited to join us over Zoom for this special program! The stage is yours — don't be shy! All performers will be entered into a drawing to win a gift basket which will be given to the winning student (family performers will count as additional entries for their student--the more performers from their families, the more chances the students will have to win!)

    You can perform live on Zoom at the event or send a video ahead of time to Hinman Collegiate Professor Dr. Dana (stewart@binghamton.edu), and she will share it on the Zoom call when the time comes.

    *For Hinman students and families only

    5:30–6:30 p.m.

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    Decker School of Nursing: Clinicals during COVID-19

    Register here

    Join us to hear about Decker's clinical experiences from current Decker seniors. Families will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn about students' experiences related to the changes throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

    8–9 p.m.

    SAPB Presents: Fall Concert 2020!

    The Student Association for Programming Board (SAPB) is excited to host this year's Fall Concert with DJ Steve Aoki! The show will take place virtually on Looped at 8 p.m. on Oct. 23. Get ready to gather your roommates and have a stay-at-home rave! Details to register below!

    All entry is free, but pre-registration is required! To register:

    1. Go to https://bit.ly/35eozko to sign up for a Looped account. You must do this before you register for the event. Make sure you use your binghamton.edu email address!
    2. Once you have a Looped account, go to https://app.loopedlive.com/talent/141183 to register for the event or scan the QR code on the graphic.

    Have a question for Steve? Submit it here for a chance to have it answered live!

  • Saturday, Oct. 24
     
    Midnight–noon

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    WIN a 2021 Spring Meal Plan with Binghamton University Dining Services (BUDS)

    Click here to participate

    So, you think you know about BUDS? Okay, let’s find out! Join us for a 24-hr. trivia contest that begins at noon on Oct. 23, and test your expertise. The entrants with the most correct answers will be put into a random drawing to WIN a 2021 Spring meal plan. Open to on-campus and off-campus students. While both parents and students can play, only one entry per student is permitted. Winner will be announced on Facebook and Instagram @bingcampusfood at 3 p.m. Oct. 26!

    Official rules are available here.

    10 a.m.–noon

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    Dickinson Day Fitness

    Register hereNote: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    Join the Dickinson Community and Binghamton Recreational Life for a two-session fitness event led by professional instructors for you and the family to enjoy!

    Our first session will be a Zumba workout from 10–11 a.m., followed by a second, cool-down Yoga session from 11 a.m.–noon. All participants will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a gift bag filled with lots of Binghamton swag!  Feel free to attend one, or to join us for both. Hope to see you there!

    10:45–11:45 a.m.

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    Education Abroad: Who, What, Where, When, Why and How? (also offered at noon)

    Register here

    Join via Zoom

    Attend this session for information about education abroad programming including topics such as: the benefits of education abroad, how to finance education abroad, meeting academic requirements, how to choose a program and more! Registration is encouraged but not required.

    11 a.m.–noon

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    REACH Peers: Jeopardy (also offered from 4–5 p.m. on Friday)

    Join via Zoom

    Join us for an interactive Jeopardy game to learn more about REACH (Real Education About College Health), an important resource and service available to ALL Binghamton University students!

    11 a.m.–noon

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    Crash Course in Binghamton Fraternity and Sorority Life (also offered at 12:15 p.m.)

    Join via Zoom

    Meet the Fraternity and Sorority staff and learn about the Fraternity and Sorority community at Binghamton University!

    Noon–1 p.m.

    Binghamton Bookstore Virtual Tour and Clothing Sale (also offered at noon on Friday)

    Join us for a virtual tour of the Binghamton University Bookstore and learn about upcoming events and current sales promotions! We will share this across all our social media platforms.

    Follow us on:

    Noon–1 p.m.

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    Education Abroad: Who, What, Where, When, Why and How? (also offered at 10:45 a.m.)

    Register hereJoin via Zoom

    Attend this session for information about education abroad programming including topics such as: the benefits of education abroad, how to finance education abroad, meeting academic requirements, how to choose a program and more! Registration is encouraged but not required.

    12:15–1:15 p.m.

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    Crash Course in Binghamton Fraternity and Sorority Life

    Join via Zoom

    Meet the Fraternity and Sorority staff and learn about the Fraternity and Sorority community at Binghamton University!

    1–2 p.m.

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    What is Harpur's Ferry?

    Join via Zoom

    Students involved with the Harpur's Ferry Ambulance Service will give a general presentation about Harpur's Ferry — who they are and some of the things that they do to provide their service to the campus community. They will also include information on COVID prevention and how to stay safe during the pandemic.

    1–2:30 p.m.

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    Fall in Love with Mountainview Rock Concert

    WATCH VIA FACEBOOK LIVE

    Join Collegiate Professor Dr. Dana and her blues-rock jam band Voodoo Highway for an afternoon of live music in the APP amphitheater.

    1–3 p.m.

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    Newman House Open House

    Join via Zoom

    Come experience the Newman House virtually where students and Sister Rose will be available to entertain any questions, any thoughts, any comments.

    2–3 p.m.

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    CIW Pet Show

    Register your pet hereWATCH VIA ZOOM

    Join the CIW Community for a virtual pet show. Residents and families can register their pet to be showcased in the virtual pet show and on our social media site. Even if you don't have a pet, you can still show up and participate in the polls to award pets in different categories (Ex. Most Creative Name, Best Trick, etc.). Come help us celebrate all of our wonderful pets! You don’t have to be a CIW student or family to register.

    2–4 p.m.

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    EOP Family Feud

    Join via Facebook

    Come learn more about the Binghamton Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). Parents and family members can participate in a fun and interactive quiz, responding in the comment section for a chance to win our EOP Family Weekend Gift!

    2:30–3:30 p.m.

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    How to Get Involved in Research (also offered 11 a.m.–noon on Sunday)

    Register Here

    Experienced Undergraduate Research Ambassadors will share their insights on how your student can find research opportunities on campus. Students are invited to join us, too!

    3–4 p.m.

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    One Bing Family Trivia

    JOIN US HERE

    Join Mountainview community and test your knowledge of Binghamton University history and facts alongside your parents, friends, and family.

    3–4 p.m.

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    Easing the Transition: Talking with Your Student During the Academic Year

    Register Here

    The transition to college-life can be difficult and is unique to each student. As primary support systems for students, parents and family members play a vital role in easing this transition. Come learn about when to talk to your students at important parts of the semester and what topics you should be focusing on. We will walk through the academic calendar year and discuss what your student will be experiencing during normal and pandemic times. This presentation is presented by Sarah Boniche, operations coordinator for the New Student Programs Office (Orientation). Beyond Orientation, she has experience working in academic advising and in Residential Life, where she served as a Residence Director for first-year students. She was also a Binghamton University student herself and will share her personal experiences!

    6–7 p.m. EDT

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    Out-of-State Parent/Family Happy Hour and Conversation

    For parents/guardians only

    Register here

    Out-of-state parents and families have a whole different experience while their student is in New York and at Bing. Join together with other out-of-state parents and families in conversation, share your common bond and discuss any challenges. Hoping to see parents and families from all of the country joining us for a light and upbeat gathering. Those who register and attend will receive a mini SwagBag! (We’ll let you know how your student can pick one up for you.)

    7:15–8 p.m.

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    Havdalah with Hillel

    Register hereNote: After filling out the registration form, you will receive a confirmation email with the direct link to the service.

    Every Saturday, after we see the first three stars in the sky, we join together as a community in Havdalah. It would be our pleasure to have all our Hillel families join us for this very special tradition.
    After Havdalah please join our staff and students for a Q&A, updates on our fall semester and learn more about our Parents Circle!

    We look forward to spending time with you during this virtual Family Weekend!

    7:30–9 p.m.

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    PREMIERE: Music Department Wind Symphony Showcase

    Enjoy performances by the University Wind Symphony.

  • Sunday, Oct. 25
     
    9–10 a.m.

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    Coffee and Conversation with Brian T. Rose, Vice President for Student Affairs

    Register here

    Grab a cup of coffee and join Brian for conversation as he gives a University update and discusses campus life at Binghamton.

    10–11 a.m.

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    4+1 Accelerated Degree Session

    Register here

    Staff from the Office of Graduate Recruitment are looking forward to sharing information about accelerated/4+1 degrees at Binghamton University. Learn how your student can get two degrees in a fast, smart, affordable and convenient way.

    10–11 a.m.

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    Newing Pride and Trivia*

    JOIN US HERE

    Join together with Newing College for introductions from our staff, a message from our collegiate professor, and some fun Newing Trivia!

    *For Newing students and families only

    10:30–11:30 a.m.

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    Annual Dickinson Parent and Family Gathering*

    Register Here

    Come meet Collegiate Professor Kim and learn all about the wonderful things that have been happening in Dickinson this fall! Hear stories, meet some of the Dickinson staff, see photos, and ask questions. Come connect with the faculty, staff and families of the Dickinson Bearcat family!  

    *For Dickinson students and families only

    11 a.m.–noon

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    How to Get Involved in Research (also offered 2:30–3:30 p.m. on Saturday)

    Register here

    Experienced Undergraduate Research Ambassadors will share their insights on how your student can find research opportunities on campus. Students are invited to join us, too!

    1–2 p.m.

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    University Police: A Community Policing Agency

    JOIN VIA ZOOM

    Join us for a Q&A session with the University Police Department.

    2–3 p.m.

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    Meet members of our Parents Leadership Council (PLC)!

    For parents/guardians only

    Register here

    Join together for a friendly conversation with members of Binghamton’s PLC. These Binghamton parents will answer questions, share their experiences about Binghamton, give advice and talk about how you can make the most of your time as the parent of a Binghamton University student. This will be an informative and fun program for parents and families. Those who register and attend will receive a Binghamton University Proud Parent magnet (we’ll let you know how your student can pick one up for you).

    3–4 p.m.

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    Supporting your LGBTQ+ College Student

    For parents/guardians only

    Register here

    Whether your child came out to you this summer before leaving for college or perhaps many years ago, it can be tough to send them off into the world. Join Q Center Director Dr. Kelly Clark, University Counseling Center Therapist Lesley Lopez and a panel of LGBTQ+ student leaders for a discussion on the best ways to support your gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, gender nonbinary, intersex, or questioning student while away at college. Learn about campus climate, university resources including the Q Center, and gain insights on things you can do support healthy development during the college years.

    3–4:30 p.m.

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    PREMIERE: Music Department Vocal Showcase

    Join us for performances by Binghamton University Vocal and Opera students!

    6–7 p.m.

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    Student Chat and Trivia with BFamily Student Crew

    Register here

    The BFamily Student Crew has come together to give parents and family members the opportunity to ask questions about student life, academics and anything in between! Parents and family members will also get to know Binghamton a little better with a lively game of competitive Kahoot. No experience necessary. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes will be awarded. All "Student Chat and Trivia" participants will receive a free Binghamton 'Proud Parent' magnet!

    7–8 p.m.

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    Getting Started with VA Benefits at Binghamton University

    Register Here

    Tips, tricks and suggestions on starting and using your hard earned VA benefits at Binghamton University.

    8–9 p.m.

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    Macbeth performed LIVE by students of the Theater Department.

    (Other performances also at 8 p.m. Oct. 15, 18 and 25)

    Purchase Tickets

    Binghamton University Theatre Department's first production of the 2020–21 season is the epic, sinister Shakespeare play which cannot be named in the theatre — that "Scottish play" laced with superstition, scandal and madness. Drunk with the prospect of power, Macbeth follows a fate that he may or may not be in control of. When prophecies come to fruition, deadly consequences are prowling around unknown corners for Macbeth. Experience our first production on a digital platform with Shakespeare’s most suspenseful tragedy from wherever you are! Tickets are on sale now!

    One ticket per screen. Once a ticket is purchased, participants will receive an email with specific information on how to connect to the performance.

Family Weekend Steps to B-Healthy Walking Contest

B-Healthy is sponsoring a walking contest for families during Family Weekend! It's a great excuse to stretch your legs, spend some family time together and enjoy the fall season! Have each member of your family keep track of the number of steps they walk during Family Weekend, Friday, Oct. 23–Sunday, Oct. 25. Before the end of the day on Sunday, enter your accumulated family step total using the form below. B-Healthy will award prizes to the TOP FIVE FAMILIES based on the submissions received. Take a family selfie and email it to bhealthy@binghamton.edu. We want to see your family in action! Prizes will be mailed to your home.

LOG YOUR STEPS!