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Tony Award-winning director Sam Gold visits March 24-25

Broadway director Sam Gold ’00 will join in a conversation with Professor David Feldshuh during a March 24-25 visit to campus.

Things to Do, March 16-23, 2018

Events this week include Maple Fest at Cayuga Nature Center, a Chat in the Stacks talk with Noliwe Rooks and a celebration of the music of a Polish conductor whose work was banned by the Nazis.

Wynton Marsalis to mentor, perform during Cornell visit March 22-28

Famed jazz musician and composer Wynton Marsalis will visit Cornell in his role as an A.D. White Professor-at-Large, for classes, workshops and joining student musicians in a free concert in Bailey Hall March 28.

Fortune editor visits March 16 for Munschauer lecture

Leigh Gallagher ’94, senior editor at large at Fortune magazine, will talk about her work and her career March 16.

Conference to celebrate 50 years of Dan Schwarz's teaching

The English department will host alumni, faculty and students to celebrate a half-century of teaching at Cornell by Daniel Schwarz, March 23-24.

Medieval and Renaissance scholar speaks March 19

Historian Karen Sullivan of Bard College will speak about “Tales of Eleanor of Aquitaine’s Adventures on the Second Crusade” March 19.

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.