Lorin Miller, BU junior, says she appreciates the university being on top of things. BU also announced the rest of their reopening plans today. “They sent out a draft to everybody,” Miller said. “We were able to give feedback. I appreciate that. It seems like they have really taken this seriously and gotten a whole team together.” VESTAL (WBNG) — Students will see a difference in classes this year as Binghamton University says they are introducing a new and safe way to learn. “This will mean that fewer students will need to travel to campus on buses or in traffic, meaning that the community will be safer as well,” Stenger said. For more information on the university’s reopening plan, go to their website. Students must wear masks at all times in buildings, and there are signs reminding students and staff to wear face coverings and to social distance. Harvey Stenger, BU president, says having more classes online will reduce density and free up space in the halls. This combines in-person classes with video streaming, so students can interact with each other and their professor. With 40 percent of classes in person, students will begin using Bing Flex.