BScene Launch Event

Our first BScene event was a success! This past Thursday, December 1st, we brought 100 people together at Mad Moose in downtown Binghamton for a networking event.┬áThere were guests from Binghamton University, especially from the Graduate Management Association, who was our co-sponsor, ┬áSouthern Tier Young Professionals, BAE, and BingSpot, among others. Wavelength Audio Productions did our sound, and Royal Pearl Productions and Masamune Productions from … Continue reading BScene Launch Event

On making community connections

Back when I was a sophomore in 2009, I was a member of Catalysts for Intellectual Capital 2020, a leadership/entrepreneurship seminar. This course radically changed my path, not only my course of study but my outlook and attitude. After five years in Binghamton I can really see the divide between the campus and community, which was first brought to my attention in CIC 2020. The … Continue reading On making community connections


I am taking an Entrepreneurship class at Binghamton University and the class revolves around a business plan competition. My idea for a new company, BScene, is now the basis for one of eight teams. Our mission is to host the best parties for upperclassmen at the area’s higher education institutions, graduate students, and young professionals. We will work with local businesses and organizations to make … Continue reading BScene

Come together

Almost two months after the devastating flood in September, it has been released that BAE, one of the area’s largest employers, will not be returning to their Westover plant. The plant was flooded in early September. Government officials are hoping they stay in the area, but are not sure what other facilities can provide the same space requirements and security. Hopefully they will remain in … Continue reading Come together

Serving the Community

The flood that occurred here in Binghamton in September was devastating, and now, over a month later, there is still work to be done. Clean up, removal of debris, mold removal, drywall removal, ripping up hardwood floors, and this is just the beginning. There will need to be rebuilding. People are still getting their lives on track, maybe waiting for financial aid, maybe waiting for … Continue reading Serving the Community