Spring semester classes start Wednesday for 18,100 students at Binghamton University. On anything but a "spring"-like day, students returned to the Vestal campus amid snow flurries, cold temperatures and gusty winds when dormitories reopened on Sunday. Perhaps the weather will be spring-like... Read More.
He was packed, ready and left at noon Wednesday to fly to Stockholm, Sweden, where, after a whirlwind of activities, Distinguished Professor M. Stanley Whittingham will receive his Nobel Prize in Chemistry in a ceremony on Tuesday, December 10. And more than... Read More.
Binghamton University lecturer and strength trainer Bill Clark will attempt his second Guinness World Record at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, in Old Union Hall, in the University Union, on campus. Clark, who beat the Guinness World Record in 2018 or most license plates... Read More.
Monday night, a speaker sponsored by the College Republicans was disrupted and ultimately prevented from presenting by a large group of students and others. The University anticipated that the event would attract demonstrators, given the challenges with a tabling activity by the College Republicans... Read More.
State Sen. Fred Akshar, 52nd NY District, issued this statement Monday night: I’m disgusted by the chaos we’ve witnessed erupt across the Binghamton University campus over the past several days. I was scheduled to speak at an event this week at Binghamton University sponsored... Read More.
Vice President for Student Affairs Brian Rose has issued this statement related to a incident last week at Binghamton University involving student groups that resulted in campus police getting involved in the dispute you can watch videos of the incident by searching YouTube.
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to M. Stanley Whittingham, distinguished professor of chemistry and materials science at Binghamton University. Whittingham won the prize for pioneering research leading to the development of the lithium-ion battery along with John B. Goodenough, University... Read More.