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A daily series of photographs from Binghamton University.

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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Superhappyfuntime
  • Students Seun Ku Kim, left, and Michael Jennings started the “Superhappyfuntime” initiative to give free hugs and compliments to passersby to help de-stress before finals.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Multi-Vine
  • Kishan Zuber, assistant dean of the Graduate School, crosses the multi-vine section of the new High Elements course located in the woods near Newing College.


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    Kietra Wiggins models a prototype of a prosthetic hand that could be made with a 3D-printer. She and her team demonstrated the project at the Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science Freshman Engineering Exposition.


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    Horla Kutte dances during the performance of Nukporfe African Dance-Drumming Ensemble, directed by Associate Professor James Burns, at Watters Theater.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Rebecca Irwin
  • Rebecca Irwin majors in bioengineering at Binghamton University’s Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science and is a 2014 Summer Scholars and Artists Program award recipient. Read more: http://www.bit.ly/1o2knKW


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Building Robots
  • Students build and program robots in Associate Professor Doug Summerville’s electrical and computer engineering sophomore design class at the Engineering Building.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: ICK, I'm a Complex Kid
  • Watson School bioengineering students host ICK (I’m a Complex Kid), a science learning event, in the rotunda of the Engineering and Science Building.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Evan Flury
  • Evan Flury, a history and music major at Binghamton University’s Harpur College, is a 2014 Summer Scholars and Artists Program award recipient. Read more: http://www.bit.ly/1nk7B6G


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: "Smash Away Your Stress"
  • Jordan Merritt throws a plate at the “Smash Away Your Stress” event hosted by the Dean of Students Office as part of its stress-free, end-of-semester line-up of events. The broken pieces were donated to the Art Department.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Samantha Meadows
  • Samantha Meadows majors in integrative neuroscience at Binghamton University’s Harpur College and is a 2014 Summer Scholars and Artists Program award recipient. Read more: http://www.bit.ly/1j5udDS


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    The Memorial Courtyard showcases a variety of tulips during the spring season.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Alice Xue
  • Alice Xue takes trumpet lessons from Benjamin Aldridge. Afterward, she captures the lesson in a comic. Read more: http://www.bit.ly/1vA4htU


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Rajesh Burela
  • Rajesh Burela majors in integrative neuroscience and is a 2014 Summer Scholars and Artists Program award recipient. Read more: http://www.bit.ly/1lZBVEc


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: "Treeformation"
  • Students in Frank Chang’s art class participate in performance piece, “Treeformation,” addressing environmental issues by showing how man-made objects are transformed back into trees through a cardboard machine.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: DSON Mock Drill
  • Decker School of Nursing students May Gumble, left, and Vanessa Pollicino participate in the school’s annual community-wide disaster drill held at the Events Center.


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    Assistant Professor of Human Development Myra Sabir instructs a group of male residents of the YMCA in downtown Binghamton during a life-writing exercise at the beginning of an eight-week intervention course.


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    Julianna Vecchiotti, center, and Stephanie Omilin present results of a community-based research project involving first- and second-generation German- and Russian-speaking immigrants at the Broome County Public Library.


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    Assistant Professor Robert Palmer highlights challenges black males face in higher education in two new books he authored, “Black Male Collegians…” and “Black Men in Higher Education….” Read more: http://www.bit.ly/1kEUqyv


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Heavenscape
  • Shooting stars can be seen from the Binghamton University Nature Preserve.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Anechoic Chamber
  • Brandon Sheiner installs a 1/8th microphone for an experiment inside the anechoic chamber of the Acoustics Core in the Engineering and Science Building at the Innovative Technologies Complex.


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