Events this week include a lecture on research by NPR science correspondent Richard Harris, documentaries about Syria and Mongolia, classical Indian dance and a book talk on “The Economy of Hope.”
Journalist Andrea Pitzer, author of “One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps,” will speak on this phenomenon Oct. 17.
Cornell Cinema and the Atkinson Forum in American Studies will present “Koyaanisqatsi” Nov. 3 in Bailey Hall, with a performance of the original score by the Philip Glass Ensemble.
Susanne Bruyere spotlights our diverse ways of being human in “Disability and the Human Experience,” the new “What Makes Us Human?” podcast.
Fourteen Cornell student delegates were selected to participate in the Clinton Global Initiative University conference Oct. 13-15 in Boston.
Events this week include the Cornell Maple Program Open House, President Pollack's first address to staff, a residency by musician Latif Bolat, and "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" in Sage Chapel.
More than 70 Environmental and Sustainability Sciences majors turned Minns Garden into an ephemeral art gallery Sept. 29.
Award-winning Jamaican historical novelist and educator Marlon James, author of “A Brief History of Seven Killings,” will read from and discusses his work Oct. 12 in Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium, Klarman Hall.
Cornell and Ithaca College students have joined forces with community members to celebrate Latinx Heritage month with an art exhibit opening Oct. 6.