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Things to Do, May 19-26, 2017

Events this week include a computer game design showcase; chamber music, poetry and more during the 10th annual Mayfest; films May 19-20 at Cornell Cinema and an exhibit of Dragon Day trophy heads.

Diaz's study of art collective journeys into Chicano/a culture

In a new book, assistant professor Ella Maria Diaz explores the Royal Chicano Air Force collective, from its murals in Sacramento, California to texts, cultural engagement, education and activism.

Orchestra members forge cultural bonds on Argentina trip

Cornell Orchestra members traveled to Argentina over spring break to collaborate with professional symphony musicians for a concert performance of Mahler's Symphony No. 6 in the city of Neuquén.

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A century of agriculture research goes online

A rich trove of once-hidden Cornell agricultural research from journals and other serial publications is now available to the public.

Musicologist Andrew Hicks awarded Berlin Prize

Andrew Hicks, assistant professor of music and medieval studies, has won a Berlin Prize from the American Academy in Berlin.

Critique, compassion are 'Side by Side' in Biennial artist's work

"Side by Side," artist Pepón Osorio's Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial installation in Rand Hall, depicts one local family in the context of empathy as a point of contact within social systems.

Astronomer explores interaction of life and faith

Pursuing a life of science and a life of faith is not incompatible, said astronomer Jonathan Lunine at the St. Albert the Great Forum on Science and Religion April 26.

Einaudi speaker touts value of international education, languages

Obama administration official Mohamed Abdel-Kader said in a May 10 on speech on campus that multilingualism and the ability to understand cultures helps in solving global crises such as climate change and military conflicts.

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Things to Do, May 12-19, 2017

Events this week include a Science Cabaret on synthetic biology; networking at the Johnson Museum; "Anarchy in the Archives" ending in Kroch Library; and a reading by MFA student writers.