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Ghouls lurk in Binghamton's haunted house

Oct 1, 2014 • Press & Sun-Bulletin
About 20 students from Binghamton University and SUNY Broome Community College spent a month helping VanGuilder, who works as a local event coordinator, to create a creepy atmosphere and frightful experience for all those brave enough to venture ... More

Co-founder of Watson school remembered for community service, love of family

Oct 16, 2014 • Binghamton University Pipe Dream
James Carrigg, Binghamton community member and a founder of the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science, died Oct. 11 of natural causes after suffering a stroke. He was 81 years old. ... After serving in the United States Army in ... More

Former NYSEG leader dies

Oct 13, 2014 • WBNG-TV
Carrigg was a graduate of Binghamton North High School. He went to Union College for two years before serving in the U.S. Army in Korea. He then received his associate's degree from Broome Community College. His career at NYSEG started with a job as ... More

SUNY BEST Program Highlight Binghamton University's Community Impact

Oct 2, 2014 • TWC News
Since the expansion of Binghamton Univeristy and SUNY Broome Community College, many new opportunities and challenges have been brought to the attention of local communities and businesses. The goal of the program is to keep that idea going. More

Grand opening of the Student Village at SUNY Broome

Sep 17, 2014 • WBNG-TV
New York State law does not allow community colleges to own residence halls. So the new Student Village is owned by the BCC Housing Development Corporation, a nonprofit entity created with the support of the Broome Community College Foundation. More

Work nearing on downtown Binghamton incubator

Sep 26, 2014 • Press & Sun-Bulletin
Andrew Cuomo announced that SUNY Broome Community College will receive $6 million in NYSUNY 2020 funding for the incubator. The funds will help construct and equip ... 12 regarding the Southern Tier High Technology Incubator project in downtown ... More

Inside Bets: Should casinos be near college students?

Oct 8, 2014 • Elmira Star-Gazette
SUNY Broome Community College, however, has been more liberal in the local casino race. Earlier this year, the New York State Education Department officially granted the Associate in Applied Science degree program in casino management at SUNY ... More

John J. Colligan

Oct 5, 2014 • WatertownDailyTimes.com
On Friday morning, October 3, 2014, the saints in heaven danced for joy as John J Colligan of Endwell, NY joined them at the great nuptial banquet prepared for them by God. ... He came to the Southern Tier to work for IBM from 1962-66, then went on to ... More

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