Harutyun Gevorgyan, a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow at Cornell, brings Armenian language and culture to area schoolchildren.
President David Skorton issued a statement following the death of Nelson Mandela, calling him "an icon to all who value the freedom and dignity of all human beings."
An update from the Office of the Assemblies, including brief reports from the Student Assembly, Graduate and Professional Student Assembly, Employee Assembly and University Assembly.
Western New York grape growers who used mechanical crop thinning techniques saved millions of dollars of crop damage.
Events on campus and locally this week include Christmas Vespers services at Sage Chapel, Stephen Sondheim’s “Company” at the Schwartz Center and a Science Cabaret with ornithologist Kim Bostwick.
The Essentials blog covers Cornell life on the Ithaca and New York City campuses, past and present, with a light touch.
Cornell's first arts biennial in 2014 will frame dynamic changes in 21st-century culture and art practice, and in nanoscale technology, with projects by faculty, students and guest artists.
The Cornell Council for the Arts is accepting applications from individual artists and programs and departments at Cornell for projects to be presented in 2014-15. The application deadline is Feb. 28.
Cornell’s Statler Hotel has recycled more than 2,518 bars of soap through its partnership with the nonprofit Clean the World.
Extraverted schoolchildren serve more cereal to themselves - while youthful introverts take less - according to a study from the Cornell laboratory of Brian C. Wansink.
A new theory might be a step toward higher-temperature superconductors that would revolutionize electrical engineering with more efficient motors and generators and lossless power transmission.