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Financial Affairs to hold town hall on new travel application

The Division of Financial Affairs will hold a special “DFA Conversations” event on Cornell’s new travel application, Concur, Feb. 28.

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Online auction for the United Way is March 8

The fourth annual Big Red Online Auction to benefit the United Way will be held March 8 from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.

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Cal Walker reflects on hope, faith and clarity of purpose

Cal Walker shared how a steadfast hope helped bring him through a life-threatening illness.

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David Honan to lead Cornell Police

Deputy Chief of Police David Honan will become Cornell University Chief of Police March 4, succeeding Kathy Zoner, who is leaving the university for a position at a national professional services firm.

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President Pollack thanks United Way supporters

At a gathering Feb. 6, President Martha E. Pollack thanked top supporters of the 2018-19 Cornell United Way Campaign who, with all other Cornell donors, raised $614,522 of this year’s $750,000 goal.

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Kindness in little things has big impact, Alberta says in talk

Bill Alberta, founder of the Cornell Elves, reflects on the meaning and effects of kindness.

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Johnson Museum education curator Klimaszewski retires

Cathy Klimaszewski retires after a 32-year career with the Johnson Museum.

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RecycleMania begins 10th year of campus competition

This year's competition in four categories – overall waste reduction, recycling improvement, food waste and electronic waste – began Feb. 3 and runs through March 30.

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Cornell program helps staffer overcome body image

Brenna Fitzgerald, communications and outreach coordinator for the Cornell Southeast Asia Program, explains how Body Positive Cornell improves body acceptance.

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Cornell Police’s Zoner to leave Cornell March 4

After 27 years of service with Cornell Police and nearly a decade serving as Cornell University’s chief of police, Kathy Zoner will step down from that role March 4.

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Ithaca College president urges living a life of integrity

Shirley M. Collado, president of Ithaca College, urged her audience of more than 160 in Sage Chapel Jan. 17 to “model a humanity we want our youth to reflect back to us.”

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Well-being Fair teaches skills, highlights Cornell resources

To promote the idea that working hard and being well go hand in hand, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business held its first Well-being Fair on Jan. 11.

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