Local author to read at poetry and open mic night

Written by Emily Squires | |  Local author and Suny Broome alumni Kevin Lucia, will be reading from his recently published novella, Mystery Road, at Friday’s Poetry & Open Mic Night. The event is hosted in the Zuccolo Little Theater starting at four. The first half of the evening features readings of original poetic worksContinue reading “Local author to read at poetry and open mic night”

Transfer Fair

Written by Tyler Rizzo & Ariel Hochmen | | Fourteen different colleges were represented at the Transfer Fair yesterday in the Calice Building atrium. Students met with representatives from Binghamton University, SUNY Cortland, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Delhi, SUNY Oswego, SUNY Morrisville, Alfred State University, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, SUNY Buffalo, SUNY Brockport, University at Albany, Clarkson,Continue reading “Transfer Fair”

Volleyball team to compete at Nationals

Written by Emily Squires | | The women’s volleyball team has an undefeated season and is on their way to Championships. Sunday the Hornets won their Region Three Championship B match against Erie CC, advancing the team to the 2021 NJCAA Division Three Volleyball Championship in Rochester, Minnesota. They will be flown out to competeContinue reading “Volleyball team to compete at Nationals”

48 students deregistered for missing vaccine deadline

Written by Ariel Hochman || 48 Students have been deregistered from the Suny Broome school this semester for not complying with the covid vaccine mandate SUNY schools implicated. Students had to be fully vaccinated by September 27th, with a 10 day grace period allowing flexibility to those who needed more time.  “Students procrastinate a lotContinue reading “48 students deregistered for missing vaccine deadline”

SUNY Broome Culinary and Event Center grand opening

Written by Emily Squires | |     The SUNY Broome Culinary and Event Center had its grand opening after a 21 million dollar renovation to the building in downtown Binghamton yesterday. Once the Carnegie Binghamton Public Library, the building now known as the Culinary and Event Center opened to its students this semester. The openingContinue reading “SUNY Broome Culinary and Event Center grand opening”

BU Covid Rates Pose Risk to Broome Students

Written by Michael Tye | | Binghamton University recently broke headlines for having the largest amount of positive COVID tests in the entire SUNY system – a number likely influenced by its high campus population of more than 14,000. With its proximity, it’s possible that SUNY Broome’s numbers could rise as well if students don’tContinue reading “BU Covid Rates Pose Risk to Broome Students”

Vote for Student Assembly candidates

Written by Emily Squires | |  Student Assembly elections open tomorrow on The Swarm, running from the 22nd to the 28th. Eight students are running for office, three of which are running for President. Today the candidates spoke about their running for office. Seth Roselle, running for VP of Student Affairs, spoke first. Libral artsContinue reading “Vote for Student Assembly candidates”

Reminders for Students

Written by Ariel Hochman | | By September 27, any unvaccinated student will be unenrolled in response to SUNY’s Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate. Students are asked to verify their vaccination card; weekly emails are sent to students with a link to the verification page. Those students who have not yet been vaccinated are encouraged to receiveContinue reading “Reminders for Students”

SUNY Chancellor talks vaccine mandate

Written by Emily Squires | | SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras came to SUNY Broome Campus on Tuesday to discuss the vaccine mandates that all SUNY schools adopted in response to Covid-19. The mandate is to ensure that every student attending school this fall is fully vaccinated, those who refuse to do so will be unenrolled.Continue reading “SUNY Chancellor talks vaccine mandate”

LUMA; lighting up Binghamton 2021

Written by Emily Squires || LUMA returns to Binghamton this September 10th & 11th. The LUMA Projections Art Festival represents the works of hundreds of artists worldwide. 3D animations are projected onto Binghamton’s historic buildings, like city hall and the courthouse; creatively tying history and future together. The event begins at 8:30pm and runs untilContinue reading “LUMA; lighting up Binghamton 2021”