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A daily series of photographs from Binghamton University.

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  • 06/02/16--21:00: Smart Energy Building Tour
  • Architectural supervisor Bill Hall and Wayne Jones, Chemistry Department chair, lead the Chemistry Alumni Advisory Board on a tour of the under-construction Smart Energy Research and Development Facility at the ITC.


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    Residents of Hinman College play in the Hinman Hysteria kickball tournament.


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    Joe Glowienka rehearsing with the Binghamton Percussion Ensemble at the Chamber Hall last May.


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  • 06/05/16--21:00: Legend in C Sharp Minor
  • Shana Chen and Vicky Su play “Legend in C Sharp Minor for Piano Four Hands” at a piano ensemble performance at Casadesus Recital Hall.


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  • 06/06/16--21:00: Daniel Michaud, MA '01
  • Daniel Michaud, MA ’01, is a program manager and geologist for a project that will reroute a major portion of New York City’s water supply under the Hudson River. Read more: http://bit.ly/1TXrema


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    Grammy Award-winning group Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, featuring Victor Wooten, Roy “Futureman” Wooten and Howard Levy, perform at the Anderson Center.


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  • 06/08/16--21:00: Late Spring Sunset
  • The Bartle Tower glows during a late spring sunset seen from Mountainview College.


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  • 06/09/16--21:00: Special Olympics Torch Run
  • Officer Allen Saxby of the New York State University Police carries the Special Olympics Torch during the Broome County Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics from the Peace Quad to University Plaza.


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  • 06/10/16--21:00: Origami-Inspired Battery
  • Watson professor Seokheun “Sean” Choi and two of his students developed an origami-inspired battery that folds like a ninja star. Read about it in Discover-e: http://bit.ly/28kemyt


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  • 06/11/16--21:00: Alumni Leaders Conference
  • Binghamton alumni attend the opening reception for the Alumni Leaders Conference last April, at the Alumni Center at Old O’Connor Hall.


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  • 06/12/16--21:00: Backcountry Medicine
  • Instructor Kevin Hastings teaches Marino Kokolis, Renata Ontman and Ramy Houacine (acting injured) how to dress an injured knee during a backcountry medicine and first-aid class offered by Outdoor Pursuits.


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  • 06/13/16--21:00: The Garden Gathering
  • Students of Binghamton University Food Sustainability (BUFS) aimed to increase campus awareness of sustainable, organic and fair trade food by hosting the Garden Gathering at the Peace Quad, offering a variety of food items they prepared.


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    Patrick Jones on trombone and the Binghamton University Harpur Jazz Ensemble, directed by Mike Carbone, perform with Joe Magnarelli at the Anderson Center’s Osterhout Concert Theater.


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  • 06/15/16--21:00: Rainbow Pride Shines
  • Colors of the rainbow shine on the top of the Glenn G. Bartle Tower to honor those who suffered a terrible loss this past weekend that has especially impacted gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer communities around the globe.


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    Samrawit Asefa of Monroe Community College maps brainwaves with neuroscience major Hannah Premo and graduate student Maria V. Ruiz Blondet in Sarah Laszlo’s lab through the SUNY Upstate Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program.


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    Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait, Wait ... Don’t Tell Me!’ addresses the audience at the Binghamton University Forum gala on June 11. Read more: http://bit.ly/PeterSagal


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  • 06/18/16--21:00: Hanging Out
  • Abbey McMahon, Ken Omiya, Devin Luce, Ben Davis-Lortom and Vlada Pakhomova outside the Glenn G. Bartle Library on a warm spring evening.


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    The sun peeks through the clouds near Academic A, home of the School of Management and the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.


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  • 06/20/16--21:00: Building TissueBot
  • Kyle Reeser, MS ’14, a biomedical engineering PhD student, built a 3-D bioprinter he calls the TissueBot. To upgrade the TissueBot, he does much of the work himself. Read more: http://bit.ly/1Te13uI


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    Students play basketball outside Dickinson Community.


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