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A daily series of photographs from Binghamton University.

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    Australian Global Chef Rachael Swain serves pork apple and fennel sausage rolls and other Australian cuisine to students at the Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center Dining Hall.


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    Maurice Tomlinson, a leading gay rights and HIV activist in the Caribbean and one of the few Jamaican LGBT human rights advocates to challenge the Buggery Law, speaks during a forum sponsored by the LGBTQ Center.


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    Biological anthropology major Becca Cuntala helps children paint pumpkins during a fall festival co-hosted by the Binghamton University Neighborhood Heritage and Sustainability Project and held at Walnut Street Park in Binghamton.


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  • 10/28/16--21:00: Bearcats Sports Complex
  • Over 1,800 fans pack the Bearcats Sports Complex for the men’s soccer win over Buffalo during Homecoming Weekend. The Bearcats face Stony Brook for their last scheduled home game at 7 p.m. tonight.


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  • 10/29/16--21:00: Sunrise Jog
  • Jogging through the fog at the East Gym track at sunrise.


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  • 10/30/16--21:00: Freshman Arduino Exposition
  • Nine-year-old Isaac Knowlton tests his reaction time on a Halloween-themed tester which Watson freshman Stephanie Ragusa and her team built for the 2016 Freshman Arduino Exposition.


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    Shawn Graber, right, and Jacob Groezinger of the School of Management student organization External Affairs for the Management Consulting Group explain the rules during the kickoff of the TechX Case Competition.


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  • 11/01/16--21:00: University Union Atrium
  • Silhouettes of students studying at the University Union atrium, which overlooks the Peace Quad.


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    Cynthia Riley and Jackie Hogan of the Binghamton University Art Museum apply beeswax to the bronze sculpture “Reclining Figure” by Henry Moore—recently installed in the Memorial Courtyard—to protect it from the weather.


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  • 11/03/16--21:00: Ballroom Dance Practice
  • The ballroom dance team practices in the Fine Arts Building.


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    Binghamton’s Bailey Walker and her teammates will play Stony Brook for their last scheduled home match at 7 p.m. tonight at the West Gym.


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    Binghamton’s Hunter Reiter scores a try in the final minutes of play defeating Syracuse 21-20 in the Men’s Rugby Conference Championship Game held at the East Gym field.


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  • 11/06/16--21:00: America East Hackathon 2016
  • Scott Hancock, of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Partnerships helps Liang Qiqi, Kalina Medina and Shantel Allison during a 24-hour hackathon, HackAE, designed to provide student developers and designers to build software and hardware that encourage civic engagement.


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    Sophomores Akibo Watson and Jourdan Pouliot, participants in the Freshman Research Immersion program, search for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine to identify new physiological targets for Parkinson’s treatment.


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  • 11/08/16--21:00: On-Campus Students Vote
  • Students who live on campus wait in line to vote in the Mandela Room for the general election on Nov. 8.


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  • 11/09/16--21:00: 2016-2017 Presidents Cup
  • Joseph Posillico scores his team’s third goal during Binghamton’s 5-2 victory over SUNY Broome at the 2016-2017 Presidents Cup.


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  • 11/10/16--21:00: Bells Are Ringing
  • Danielle Nigro stars in ‘Bells Are Ringing,’ directed by Tommy Lafrate, which premieres at 8 p.m. tonight in Watters Theater. More info: http://bit.ly/BellsAreRinging


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  • 11/11/16--21:00: Veterans Day Ceremony
  • Lt. Col. Peggy Phillips, U.S. Army Corps of Nurses, Ret., speaks at a Veterans Day ceremony hosted by the Veteran Student Organization and the Office of Transfer and Veteran Services.


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  • 11/12/16--21:00: Art, in Defense of Equality
  • Artist and TED Fellow LaToya Ruby Frazier delivers a lecture based on her photographs and videos that document today’s America: post-industrial cities riven by poverty, racism, healthcare inequality and environmental toxicity.  


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    The supermoon rises over Binghamton Sunday evening, which is at its closest to Earth in roughly 70 years.


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