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A daily series of photographs from Binghamton University.

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    Steve Seepersaud, alumni communications manager for the Alumni Relations Office, cleans new furniture as the Division of Advancement last week moves into its new offices in Old O’Connor Hall.


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    The Clock Tower facing the sunset.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Late Nite Bowling
  • Incoming freshman Rheanna Maitland bowls at the University Union during a Late Nite Binghamton session of Harpur Freshman Orientation.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: The Legendary Diana Krall
  • The legendary Diana Krall performs at the Anderson Center for the Performing Arts.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Making Ice Cream
  • Go Green Institute campers Nikolos Zervos, left, and Bryce Feleer watch Kenneth Skorenko and Mary Bridge make vanilla ice cream using liquid nitrogen.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Painting the Paws
  • Lucas Pint ‘07 and his colleagues at Harpur Academic Advising, Watson Academic Advising, Harpur Dean’s Office and the Information Technology Services Help Desk paint the paws near the West Gym.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Glistening Clock Tower
  • The afternoon sun glistens off the Clock Tower at the University Union.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Rolling Hills of Binghamton
  • The Glenn G. Bartle Library tower and the hills surrounding during a sunset, as seen from the Center of Excellence.


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    Professor Richard Lee, photographed at the Barbara Morgan photography exhibit with two cameras, a Canon 5D Mark III digital SLR and a Century Graphic film camera, similar to one Morgan used. Read more: http://bit.ly/1HNU2Yy


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Promise Zone
  • The Promise Zone bowls at the Union. Left, human development major and counselor Libby Norton celebrates a strike; right, Jordan Hass and Shana Finn look at new school supplies, which each participant received.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Selfie with Baxter
  • Incoming freshman Josephine Gong, of Brooklyn, shares a laugh with Baxter after taking a selfie during the barbecue dinner at the Harpur Freshman Orientation. 


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    John Darcy II, MS ’07, MA ’10, PhD ’14, research associate in the Department of Anthropology and the Laboratory of Biomedical Anthropology and Neuroscience, is a Lyme disease expert. Read more: http://bit.ly/1LO2wBI


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Newing College Full Moon
  • The full moon rises near Newing College earlier this month. Tonight a “Blue Moon,” a rare occurrence in which a second full moon rises in one month, will appear from the east.


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    New York State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie and President Harvey Stenger tour M. Stanley Whittingham’s lab at the Center of Excellence, where he is researching battery storage.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Class of 2019 Banner
  • Incoming freshmen sign the Class of 2019 Alumni Association banner that will be displayed in four years at the 2019 commencement ceremonies.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Big Dipper
  • Constellations like the Big Dipper can be seen at the Nature Preserve.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Summer Fulbright Institute
  • Dylan Horvath, steward of natural areas and holding a Jumping Mouse, gives a tour of the Nature Preserve to a group of students who are participating in the Summer Fulbright Institute.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: They Collaborate to Educate
  • Anne Gardner, MSEd ‘90, and her son, Keith, a Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science student, turn her lessons into apps for kids around the world. Read more: http://bit.ly/1eu9UVt


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: New B
  • Banners displaying the new letter “B” logo were recently installed around campus.


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  • 10/08/09--10:42: Upward Bound
  • Students from 11 local high schools who participated in Upward Bound—a six-week academic program in which they took classes, lived on campus and learned life skills—marked the end of the program with a game of tug-of-war.


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