SUNY Broome student dealing with family at war

Written by Ariel Hochman || Ukrainian-American SUNY Broome student, Elle, describes how the war is impacting her daily life. Her immediate family, friends and other relatives are currently facing this conflict overseas. Gaining a close, personal perspective on the privilege she feels living in America during these times. Elle moved to America when she wasContinue reading “SUNY Broome student dealing with family at war”

SUNY Broome hires a new Dean of Students

Written by Tyler Rizzo || Marquis Bennett was recently hired as the Dean of Students for SUNY Broome. He has goals to make the campus, the students and the community more intertwined.  Bennett is originally from Campton, New Jersey and has moved around a bit since. He has worked at other schools in roles suchContinue reading “SUNY Broome hires a new Dean of Students”

Movie rendition of novel Thirty-Three Cecils will be filmed in Binghamton

Written by Madelyn Clements || Award winning novel, Thirty-Three Cecils, will be made into a movie starring Dustin Hoffman. Author Everett De Morier and producer Kelly Fancher visited Suny Broome on March 16th to discuss the making of the movie, as well as answer writing and film-making questions from members of the audience.  Both DeContinue reading “Movie rendition of novel Thirty-Three Cecils will be filmed in Binghamton”

Spring 2022 enrollment was higher than predicted

Written by Tyler Rizzo || Lawrence Allen, who is the Budget and Institutional Effectiveness Specialist at Suny Broome spoke about the spring enrollment numbers and what that could possibly mean for the school.  Allen explained that the numbers are lower than they were last year. However, it seems they did not drop as much asContinue reading “Spring 2022 enrollment was higher than predicted”

Deliberation on Policing and the Community

Written by Zayna Shah and Ariel Hochman || A deliberation on the topic of policing was held Tuesday afternoon in Decker 201. The deliberation was to educate and communicate about the policing and justice system. Around 12 students attended, and there were 4 moderators including Professor Carla Michalak, Professor Jesse Boring, Professor Kathleen McKenna andContinue reading “Deliberation on Policing and the Community”

Binghamton’s St. Patrick’s Day parade made it’s return

Written by Madelyn Clements || Binghamton’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade was held for the first time in two years on March 5, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. In previous years, the parade was canceled due to Covid restrictions. Hundreds of Binghamton residents along with family and friends, excitedly crowded Court Street and Maine StreetContinue reading “Binghamton’s St. Patrick’s Day parade made it’s return”

Track and Field is now at SUNY Broome

Written by Ariel Hochman || SUNY Broome announced the addition of track and field on The Buzz and social media on February 17, 2022. SUNY Broome had never had a track and field team in the history of the college until now. The season will begin on March 1, 2022, welcoming any and all eligibleContinue reading “Track and Field is now at SUNY Broome”

New Director of Student Activities gives insight from recent COLAA Expo

Written by Ariel Hochman || 15 clubs and organizations participated in the COLAA (Clubs, Organizations, Leadership, Activities & Athletics) Expo to recruit club members and raise awareness for their organizations on February 10 from 11-1.  The organizations that were tabled in the lobby included the Brothers and Sisters in Christ, P.E.P. squad, Criminal Justice &Continue reading “New Director of Student Activities gives insight from recent COLAA Expo”

Suspect arrested for breaking into student village dorms

Written by Emily Squires | | A man broke into the student village dorms last Friday around 2 am. According to student witnesses and video footage The Fulcrum has attained, the suspect had snuck in through a window on the ground floor, cutting through the screen panel. The man had then proceeded to take aContinue reading “Suspect arrested for breaking into student village dorms”

Allegations about owners of downtown bars causes closure and police investigation

Written by Ariel Hochman The downtown Binghamton restaurant/bar, The Colonial, closed due to claims of illegal activity on December 9. They made an announcement that they are reopening normally on December 10. The owner also owns Dos Rios Cantina and The Stone Fox.  The claims being made involve non-consensual drug-use and sexual assault. It isContinue reading “Allegations about owners of downtown bars causes closure and police investigation”