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A daily series of photographs from Binghamton University.

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  • 11/14/16--21:00: Binghamton Men's Basketball
  • Binghamton’s Fard Muhammad drives to the hoop during the Bearcat’s win over Cornell 68-62 last week. Binghamton faces Central Connecticut State tomorrow night at 7 pm the Events Center.


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    Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces $100 million plus for Health Sciences and Technology Innovation Park during a ceremonial beam signing for the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Read more: http://bit.ly/BingPharmacy


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    A crowd fills the IASH Conference Room to listen faculty members Leigh Ann Wheeler, Adam Laats and Wendy Wall, and Provost Donald Nieman discuss the 2016 presidential election. Read more: http://bit.ly/ElectionDiscussion


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    Peter Harris and his team at Physical Facilities, installs the new painting of Nelson Mandela by Gillian Patrick ’94, in the Mandela Room at the University Union. Read more about the painting: http://bit.ly/MandelaRoomPainting


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  • 11/18/16--21:00: New Sod at Whitney Field
  • The sun rises and workers install some much-needed sod on the Dickinson Community Co-rec field. Watch a time-lapse video of the process: http://bit.ly/NewSodBinghamtonUniv


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    Prof. Bridget Whearty and her graduate students examine a 14th-century manuscript of Nicholas of Lyra’s Postilla litteralis super epistolam ad hebraeos, purchased for Special Collections through the generosity of Alex Huppé ‘69.


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    Melissa Hardesty teaches “Foundations of Scientific Inquiry with Social Systems” to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Social Work program offered at the College of Community and Public Affairs.


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  • 11/21/16--21:00: Fall to Winter
  • Fall foliage at Harpur Quad seen through a snowfall.


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    Karlee Krchnavi drives to the hoop. The Bearcats face Sacred Heart today at 2 p.m. at the Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.


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  • 11/23/16--21:00: Scenic Walk Through The Snow
  • A scenic walk from the Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center to Endicott Hall in Newing College during a snowfall.


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  • 11/24/16--21:00: Snow Sculpture Contest
  • Yue Yin, who made a snow sculpture of Baymax from the film “Big Hero 6,” shares a laugh with President Stenger, who spent his lunch hour judging eight snow sculptures made by students.


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  • 11/25/16--21:00: Meeting Up at Jazzman's
  • Jeff Plotkin, Dylan Domenico, Darby Drukker, Samara Rynecki and Cara Jozefowski hang out at Jazzman’s in the Glenn G. Bartle Library. 


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    Howard Eisen ‘87, managing director of Moelis Asset Management, speaks to School of Management student Farhan Sanyoto before delivering his keynote at the annual SOM Spotlight celebration.


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    An art class draws the Memorial Courtyard at the Fine Arts Building in charcoal.


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  • 11/28/16--21:00: National Philanthropy Day
  • Kyra Haskes and Andrea Ross are two of over 400 students who wrote thank-you notes to donors for giving back to Binghamton on National Philanthropy Day. Here’s a sampling of the notes: http://bit.ly/ThankYouBinghamton


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  • 11/29/16--21:00: Up
  • “Up,” a mixed media installation of 10,000 photographs of a clicker, shown in order, by undergraduate Shutong He, is on display until Dec. 1 at the Grand Corridor in the Fine Arts Building. 


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    Lt. Gov. Kathleen Hochul and President Harvey Stenger congratulate Shailesh Upreti of Charge CCCV and William Bernier of ChromaNanoTech for winning 76West clean energy awards. Read more: http://bit.ly/76WestCleanEnergy


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    At a district National Assn. of Teachers of Singing Vocal Competition, Dyanna Bohorques, Bahati Barton and Tricia Lobo, second from right, placed second; Starletta Noll-Long and Patrick Park took first; and Kelly Miller, right, placed third.


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    The Binghamton University Theatre Department presents ‘Jazz Nutcracker’ with showtimes 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. today and 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Watters Theater in the Fine Arts Building.


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  • 12/03/16--21:00: De-Stress December
  • Rebecca Kreutzer takes a five-minute break between classes to have a cup of tea and color a picture at a De-Stress December event sponsored by Mental Health Outreach Peer Educators (M-HOPE). 


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