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Beware of evil deeds in times of change, warns Jules Kroll

Jules Kroll '63, founder of Kroll Inc., the investigative firm that located Saddam Hussein's riches hidden abroad, spoke on campus Oct. 21 about fighting international corruption. (Oct. 23, 2008)

New Cornell-China center for humanities will foster interdisciplinary research

The center, in partnership with East China Normal University, will foster collaborative and innovative arts and humanities research among faculty at the two institutions. (Oct. 22, 2008)

Freeman Foundation grant to extend Chinese and Korean language instruction

The Freeman Foundation has awarded Cornell a new grant that will enhance language instruction in Chinese and Korean on campus and support the China and Asia-Pacific Studies major. (Oct. 21, 2008)

Architecture of Disbelief symposium brings international architects, critics to Cornell

The Architecture of Disbelief symposium will explore speculative work - designs that require a willing suspension of disbelief and projects that are not straightforward manifestation as buildings - Oct. 30-Nov. 1. (Oct. 21, 2008)

Library's Tom Cotton on serving his country in Kuwait

Library employee Tom Cotton brought back an American flag that had flown over his base in Kuwait as a way of thanking Cornell Library for supporting him during his nine months of active duty. (Oct. 16, 2008)

'From Earth Art to Eco Art' marks 40th anniversary of historic Cornell exhibit

An art and theory workshop on environmental and ecological art at A.D. White House will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the landmark 'Earth Art Exhibition' at Cornell. (Oct. 15, 2008)

Amy Villarejo, behind the scenes in Theatre, Film and Dance

Amy Villarejo, the new chair of the Department of Theatre, Film and Dance, talks about new directions in the department, including faculty hires and alumni mentoring. (Oct. 15, 2008)

Bourke-White Photo Portfolio Competition open to students

The second annual Margaret Bourke-White Photography Portfolio Prize competition is accepting entries from Cornell student photographers through Oct. 27. (Oct. 9, 2008)

Peter Eisenman '54 named Rhodes Professor

Architect and scholar Peter Eisenman '54, B.Arch. '55, is Cornell's newest Frank H.T. Rhodes Class of '56 Professor. Rhodes professors serve for three years and visit the Ithaca campus for one week a year. (Oct. 9, 2008)