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Gannett Health Center to initiate co-pay fee

In order to maintain high-quality health services in the face of rising health care costs nationally, Cornell University's Gannett Health Center will initiate co-payments for clinician visits and psychological services beginning July 1

Cornell students will donate clothes to community agencies

Before they leave campus later this month, Cornell students are expected to donate about 15,000 items of clothing to several local community agencies.

Cornell Political Forum wins national award from Columbia Scholastic Press Association

Cornell Political Forum, a non-partisan political magazine published by undergraduate students, has received a national award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

Law professor Winnie F. Taylor is appointed associate provost at Cornell

Winnie F. Taylor, professor of law at Cornell University since 1990, has been appointed associate provost, President Hunter Rawlings and Provost Don M. Randel announced on May 1.

Cornell provost recommends appointment of Donald A. Saleh as dean of admissions and financial aid

Cornell's Provost Don M. Randel May 1 announced he is recommending the appointment of Donald A. Saleh as dean of admissions and financial aid.

Risley Spring Fair at Cornell University will include arts, crafts and more

Cornell's Risley Residential College is sponsoring the 27th annual Risley Spring Fair on Saturday, May 4, from noon to 6 p.m.

Cornell physicist Yuri Orlov wins medal for humanitarian service

Yuri F. Orlov, Cornell University physicist, has won the 1995 Nicholson Medal for Humanitarian Service from the American Physical Society.

Tumor-fighting fish are focus of American Cancer Society

Viral gene studies at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine aim to learn how some fish fight skin cancer and how retroviruses function in the development and regression of tumors.

Cornell student reunites three generations of his Vietnamese family on film

Trac Minh Vu has created an experimental video, Nha Ba Nguoi (The House of Three), which contains footage from a trip he made to Vietnam with his mother during winter break. The 18-day journey marked the first time he had been in the country since emigrating to America as an infant with his parents in 1975.

Media guidelines for former Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui's May 29-31 visit to Cornell

Lee Teng-hui, former president of Taiwan, has rescheduled his visit to Cornell University to May 29-31, 2001 for health reasons.

Cornell graduate student receives Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship

Judith Surkis, a graduate student in the Department of History at Cornell, has received a Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship from Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest and most respected academic honorary society.

Three Cornell faculty members are named Guggenheim Fellows

Three Cornell researchers have won Guggenheim Fellowship Awards for 1996. They are among 158 artists, scholars and scientists from among 2,791 applicants to be chosen for the honor.