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”