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We're sharing our favorite alumni love stories this Valentine's Day. A huge thank-you goes to all those who submitted their stories via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and ! He lived across the hall from me in Cascade. We definitely enjoyed spending time with each other, but he had a girlfriend at the time and I had a boyfriend, so we were nothing more than friends.
We always say how glad we are that Binghamton brought us together! We were on the cashier's line, next to each other, at the Appalachian Dining Hall and started talking.
We got excited because we incorrectly thought we had a class together, so we exchanged s -- and the rest is history! We dated all throughout college, graduated together ingot engaged inand got married inwith our huge Binghamton family there to celebrate with us.
We wear our Binghamton gear wherever we go and are the proud parents of a 1-year-old Goldendoodle named Watson, named after the Thomas J Watson School of Engineering!
We got married August of and welcomed our first girl Decemberfollowed by our second princess in September Our love story started in Bing. Now one of our children is at Binghamton: Gabby DeSantis, class of ! We have been married for over 16 years, and we have two great sons, ages 12 and 9.
Husband, wife and a golden-doodle named watson.
Friend-zoned him till Happily married since Parents since ! This picture is from this past fall when we visited the place where our love story began 9 years ago.
He was a sophomore and on the move-in crew. I was the new freshman. We were married in and now have three kids, all thanks to Binghamton!! Thank you, Binghamton. He was only "cute MPA boy" until we were paired up for a class project. Our twin future Bearcats just turned four. We started dating just before my very last semester. I graduated inand Matt and I remained in a long-distance relationship spanning many hundreds of miles until we finally married in I'm so grateful for having met my wonderful husband at Binghamton University!!!
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Let's just say it wasn't love at first sight. Although he was friendly, and still is, he was extroverted and talked to you as if he had known you.
The exact opposite of me. Since most of my friends were there, I had to see him all the time. Over time he grew on me and we are now happily engaged! We instantly became friends and grew a lot closer over the summer before our first semester in Binghamton.
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During our freshman year, we spent more time together, especially since we were engineering majors at the Watson School and took many of the same core engineering classes. The best day during our time at Binghamton was walking in together for graduation in During one of the commencement speeches, we were challenged to sum up our Binghamton University experience in six words.
I told Mario, "Met the love of my life," and off we left Binghamton as alumni. Inwe got married and are enjoying our lives! The photos range from Freshman Orientation, us in O'Connor hall sophomore year, the third photo is us at graduation and the last photo is us in the New O'Connor hall on the CoRE floor during our first visit to Binghamton after we got married!
She plopped down on the floor and told me her whole life story. We started dating officially the next semester and were married in Crazy, we've been together since we were 18 years old and still married after 34 years. Leah and I met first when she was a graduate student and I was entering my sophomore year at Binghamton.
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Inboth of us came back to coach at Binghamton our paths finally crossed. It took a bit of convincing on my end, but Leah agreed to go on a date with me. I knew I needed to knock it out of the park, and if you know Leah you do that through food. Our first date was at a local pumpkin farm enjoying the beautiful fall foliage, amazing apples and cider donuts. I definitely think it was the donuts that sealed the deal for date 2. Fast forward 3 years to our trip to Ireland where I had teamed up with her friends to arrange what I had hoped would be the perfect proposal.
We wandered through a castle on our way to the beautiful gardens, but instead of being able to propose, Leah got hungry. So despite my nervous energy and eagerness to propose, we sat for lunch. After lunch, I convinced her to go for a walk with me through the garden. I told her how I loved that we shared a passion for Binghamton and how in true Bearcat fashion, we had found our way back to Binghamton and made it our home.
I asked her to marry me, and she said yes As we planned the wedding, we couldn't help but include so many of our friends and colleagues that we met during our time at Binghamton. Four years later inwe got married!
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There were 11 other Binghamton alumni or current students at our wedding, plus my favorite professor, who was kind enough to go to our wedding. Binghamton has been a huge part of our story! He quickly became my best friend and we started dating spring semester of freshman year.
After graduating inwe transitioned to a long-distance relationship while I moved to St. Kitts for veterinary school and he started grad school back home on Long Island. We were fast friends and worked each other out of some tough times. Kevin Cordi and I also had Apocalyptic Lit together. Thanks, Binghamton! Here we are in the field in Hillside! I was actually calling his room when we met, to tell him to come by to discuss the show the director had given me his name and and said he was interested in helping with props.
The rest is history. He can still be somewhat of a jerk. And our daughter Halle Rose is currently a senior at Binghamton! Nick graduated that May and we spent the next three years long-distance as he went off to complete his MPH at Drexel and I finished my degree at Binghamton, and then moved back home to save some money. InI finally moved down to Philadelphia. And then last month, on December 15,after approximately five years of dating, he proposed to me at Rockefeller Center, to which I obviously said yes.
Five years later, he proposed to me at the very last Binghamton Senators game -- they had been some of our favorite dates when we lived on Washington St. We now live in Buffalo and are still huge hockey fans! He was hired and we started working together in the fall of He was the President of his fraternity, Theta Tai and I was the President of Club Soccer so we organized a mixer for our two groups and the rest is kind of history. We will be celebrating our 5 year anniversary in February! This photo is from Homecoming this October. We both love Binghamton so much, and I love that we have the special bond of both being Binghamton University gr.
We both made the team and got to know each other during practices and competitions. We started dating in Spring and will be getting married in Summer -- a full 10 years later! I heard a knock at the common room suite door in Smith Hall, which I answered without any expectations and without any pants don't worry, mom. We followed each other throughout NYC after graduation, as I went off to medical school, and she to law school. She now works in commercial litigation and I will soon start my Cardiology Fellowship in Manhattan. This October will mark 10 wonderful years we've been together.
We are getting married in May with our Binghamton family in our wedding party! I graduated in Decemberand he graduated a year early, in May Our circles crossed, but we never met. I used to work in the Hinman and Reserve libraries for work study and my husband would go there to study. We lived in Hillside during the same time; I lived in Evangola and he lived in Glimmerglass.
I could see his bedroom window from our living room window. We used to go to each other's buildings to wash laundry when our machines were occupied. My apartment mates were friends with his apartment mates, and I even went into his apartment once with them.
He visited my apartment once, too. Still never met him. We finally met in November at a bar in the Lower East Side for a mutual friend's birthday party, who also graduated in We were married in and welcomed our son in We were both English majors from Long Island, and we bonded over our love of books and movies.