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A daily series of photographs from Binghamton University.

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    Paul Chiarot, who received a five-year, $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious program for early-career researchers, aims to redefine 3D printing at a very fine scale. Read more: http://bit.ly/1Quazm7


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  • 04/04/16--21:00: Spring Snowfall
  • An April snowfall blankets trees with spring buds at Hinman College.


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    Award-winning singer, songwriter, model, actress, talk show host and record producer Queen Latifah speaks with Jazell Johnson at the Anderson Center.


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    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced April 6 that the state has committed $20 million to support the University in its leading role as home to the New York node in the new NextFlex Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute.


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    Jordan Rose, a brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi and cancer survivor, sat in a rocking chair for 48 hours straight during his fraternity’s second annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society and Israel Children’s Cancer Foundation. They raised over $12,000.


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    The Dean of Students Office hosted two events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Kristen Hodge, a rape survivor, shared her struggle and how she coped; and students wrote positive messages that stressed the fact that Binghamton is trying to create a safer community.


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  • 04/09/16--21:00: Newing Navy
  • Snow did not stop the Newing Navy tug-of-war event, which Broome Hall won.


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    Diana Shcherbenko of Digman hall, belts out a song her team wrote during the alma mater/banner presentations of Dickinson Community’s Mutant Mania 2016.


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    Callon Williams, pictured here scoring against Cornell, and the Binghamton lacrosse team will face Colgate at 4 p.m. today at the Bearcats Sports Complex.


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    Materials scientist Ainissa Ramirez, a science evangelist and co-author of Newton’s Football: The Science Behind America’s Game speaks to Johnson City Middle School students who are participants in the NYS-funded Science & Technology Entry Program, prior to delivering the Research Days keynote.


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  • 04/13/16--21:00: Theatre Alumni Conference
  • Andy Wollowitz ‘80; Jesse Rabinowitz, PhD ‘79; Bonnie Culver, MA ‘85, PhD ‘90; Ruben Santiago-Hudson, ‘78; and Victor Williams ‘92 speak to students and faculty about their experiences during a panel discussion moderated by Elizabeth Mozer at the Theatre Alumni Conference.


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    PwC Scholars James Camillieri and Zack Schwartz assist volunteers with Habitat for Humanity of Broome County at the Salvation Army in downtown Binghamton. A community celebration will be held for their efforts at 3 p.m. today.


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  • 04/15/16--21:00: Shabbat 1800
  • Women light candles and say prayers at Shabbat 1800 hosted by the Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life at Binghamton University in the Events Center.


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    Former President Bill Clinton draws over 1800 at the West Gym, April 16th.


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  • 04/17/16--21:00: Joint Junior Recital
  • Undergraduates Natasha Talukdar, piano, and Lauren Silberstein, soprano, perform their junior recitals at the Casadesus Recital Hall.


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  • 04/18/16--21:00: Spring Picnic
  • Students picnic during lunchtime outside the Chenango Room as evidence of Spring appears.


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  • 04/19/16--21:00: Erin McNulty Makes a Save
  • Erin McNulty and the women’s lacrosse team will play their final home game versus Stony Brook at 7 p.m. tonight at the Bearcats Sports Complex.


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    Sarah Miller throws a no-hitter, the first for Binghamton softball since 2009, in a 13-0 win over Niagara. The Bearcats face Cornell in a doubleheader at home starting at 3:30 p.m. today.


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    “Graphic! Lurid! Sensational! Exploitation and B-Movie Posters,” guest curated by Brian Wall, associate professor of cinema and art history, features 35 vintage posters and is on view at the University Art Museum through May 21.


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  • 04/22/16--21:00: Alumni Global Day of Service
  • Judi Hess ‘97 collects leaves on Alumni Global Day of Service last Saturday, behind a home recently acquired by the Binghamton Rescue Mission that will be turned into a women’s shelter.


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