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Things to Do, March 9-16, 2018

Events this week include Union Days, The Alloy Orchestra at Cornell Cinema, Sitara Night, a Science Cabaret on the mechanics of bicycles, pianist Jeremy Denk, and the domestic violence documentary "Home Truth."

Alumna Julie Schumacher to give reading March 15

Julie Schumacher, MFA ’86, award-winning author of “Dear Committee Members,” talks about creative writing programs, academia as source material and her Cornell mentors in advance of her reading on campus March 15.

Levine keeps the 'Norton Anthology of World Literature' fresh

As the 19th-century editor for the “Norton Anthology of World Literature,” Caroline Levine has radically revised the collection’s structure and selections.

Undergrads: Apply for summer research opportunities at Cornell Tech

Up to 10 undergraduate students from the Ithaca campus will spend their summer doing research on the Cornell Tech campus. 

Area students join Cornell Symphony for March 11 concert

The Cornell Symphony Orchestra will host young musicians from the Ithaca High School Chamber Orchestra and the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra’s Youth Orchestra in a concert performance Sunday, March 11.

Professor to speak on history of sexual minority rights in Zimbabwe

Marc Epprecht, author and professor from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada, will deliver a talk on the struggle for sexual minority rights in Zimbabwe March 7, at 4:30 p.m. in A.D. White House. 

Things to Do, March 2-9, 2018

Events this week include the Cornell Chamber Orchestra with violinist Dennis Kim; a documentary on influential Native American musicians including Link Wray; and Fashion Week with the Cornell Fashion Collective. 

Volunteer editors enhance Wikipedia content on women artists

The third annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon at Cornell will host two group editing sessions on campus Saturday, March 10.

Alumna explores colonialism in Puerto Rico in aftermath of Maria

On March 5, Rosa Ficek ’03 will explore “Infrastructure, Colonialism and the State of Puerto Rico after Maria” at 3:30 p.m. in Room 423 Morrill Hall.