SUNY Broome Neglects to Release A Public Statement about the December Dorm Break-in

Written by Madelyn Clements || Did you know about the 30-year-old man who broke into a girls’ dorm in the student village? If your answer is no, then you’re not alone. Due to the school’s lack of response to the incident, many students remain unaware of the break-in, even though it occurred months ago. IllanContinue reading “SUNY Broome Neglects to Release A Public Statement about the December Dorm Break-in”

Suspect from previous SUNY Broome dorm break-in identified and charged

Written by Madelyn Clements || The man who broke into the student village dorms in December has robbed three other apartments, in which several Binghamton University students reside. The morning after the SUNY Broome break-in, he invaded and stole miscellaneous items from the apartments. The man has now been identified as 31-year-old Joshua Howe, anContinue reading “Suspect from previous SUNY Broome dorm break-in identified and charged”

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”

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”

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”

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”

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”

SUNY And CUNY Schools To Require Students To Vaccinate For Fall Semester

By Rachel Galet | On Monday Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that all in-person students will need vaccinations for Fall 2021. So far over 80,810 Broome county residents (approximately 42% of residents) have been fully vaccinated. 40.8% of New York State residents have been fully vaccinated.  If you want to get COVID tested you can goContinue reading “SUNY And CUNY Schools To Require Students To Vaccinate For Fall Semester”

Benjamin Reynolds: Politician and SUNY Student

By Thomas Corey | Fresh off of his re-election win as Johnson City Village Board Trustee, Benjamin Reynolds is “honored” to have been chosen to continue to serve the needs of the community, where he came in first place in the polls, with a 200 vote lead. The board holds two seats for Trustee, makingContinue reading “Benjamin Reynolds: Politician and SUNY Student”