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Bollywood biopic debuts at Cornell

Noted Bollywood director Nandita Das brings her breakout 2018 film “Manto,” the story of maverick writer Saadat Hasan Manto during the Partition of India, to Cornell March 14.

Hollywood and brides: Designers ready for 35th Runway Show

More than two dozen student designers will have their work featured in a professional fashion show put on by the Cornell Fashion Collective, March 9 in Barton Hall.

‘Ten Caesars’ offers lessons from history’s great leaders

Professor Barry Strauss details the intense ambition and human failings of 10 of history’s most famous men in his latest book, “Ten Caesars: Roman Emperors from Augustus to Constantine.”

Things to Do, March 1-8, 2019

Events this week include Locally Grown Dance at the Schwartz Center; a book talk with Rachel E. Dunifon on grandparents raising grandchildren; and guest filmmaker Lawrence Loewinger with “Bogdan's Journey.”

Edit-a-thon March 8 raises profile of women and the arts on Wikipedia

Cornell’s fourth annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, March 8 at Olin Library, contributes to enhancing and expanding the site’s coverage of notable women and a range of topics across feminism, gender and the arts.

Ed Intemann, lecturer, Schwartz Center lighting designer, dies at 60

Ed Intemann, senior lecturer in performing and media arts and resident lighting designer at the Schwartz Center for more than two decades, died Feb. 21.

Workshop teaches problem-solving through rapid prototyping

Using the five steps of design thinking, Diane Levitt from Cornell Tech gave a workshop Feb. 20 on how to work as a team to create rapid prototypes in an attempt to solve real-world problems.

Architecture, art alumni complete new Casapoli Residency

Recent architecture and art alumni Brian Havener and Pauline Shongov recently spent a month furthering research and initiating creative work at a house on the Coliumo Peninsula in Chile, as recipients of the inaugural Casapoli Residency.

Book marks Tompkins County’s place in suffrage movement

A new book by Tompkins County historian Carol Kammen and Elaine Engst, M.A. ’72, looks at the history of the women’s suffrage movement by examining it in microcosm at the local level.