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Retiring Stephen Cole leaves legacy onstage -- and off

Stephen Cole, professor of theater for almost 40 years at Cornell, will retire this year, leaving a legacy on campus and in the Ithaca theater scene. (Feb. 21, 2008)

An 80-year-old student project revealed in the guise of dolls

Cornell's Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections includes the Dora Erway Doll Collection, which comprises 37 costume dolls whose clothing and bodies were largely made by students in the 1920s. (Feb. 21, 2008)

Cornell Chorus and Glee Club to perform in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, March 13-25

The Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club will travel to cities in mainland China to perform for a wide range of audiences, building on the Cornell-China relationship founded more than a century ago. (Feb. 20, 2008)

Posters in Bethe House reflect a world of art and opportunity

Images of art from the Johnson Museum displayed in Bethe House are helping to show students the opportunities for study abroad. (Feb. 14, 2008)

Library offers free workshops on using the Web

Cornell librarians will offer workshops on 20 topics ranging from basic Web design to navigating advanced geographical imaging systems. Workshops are open to all staff members free of charge. (Feb. 14, 2008)

Judith Holliday dies at age 69

Judith E. Holliday, who retired as fine arts librarian in 1996 after almost 40 years on the professional staff of Cornell University Libraries, died Feb. 8. (Feb. 13, 2008)

Cornell Library exhibition celebrates pivotal moments in black history

'Celebrating Black History: Pivotal Moments, Unique Collections,' a Cornell University Library exhibition, honors the history and contributions African-Americans have made to American life. (Feb. 13, 2008)

From 'Innocents' to 'Apocalypse,' new course studies how media portray Americans living and traveling abroad

A new course this semester, Americans Abroad, explores how visual and literary media portray Americans traveling in other countries. (Feb. 12, 2008)

Drama of Darwin's letters depicts stormy debate graced by humor

A performance of 'Re:Design,' a dramatization of correspondence between Charles Darwin and Harvard botanist Asa Gray, kicked off Cornell's weeklong series of events celebrating Darwin Day 2008. (Feb. 12, 2008)