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Film 'Love and Diane' inspires symposium on clinical family issues

A former Cornell graduate student's documentary film of an impoverished Brooklyn family is the catalyst for a symposium addressing societal, legal, cultural and clinical issues affecting millions of Americans daily.

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Fifth anniversary of Open Doors, Open Hearts, Open Minds

A week of events starting Sept. 26 will mark the fifth anniversary of the adoption of the Open Doors, Open Hearts and Open Minds statement on diversity, tolerance and inclusiveness at Cornell.

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Summit pulls together what Cornell should pursue in quest to be more sustainable

How can the Cornell campus do more when it comes to energy efficiency, recycling, reducing pollution, preserving green areas and other efforts that promote sustainability?

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Planners lead mapping workshop for community nonprofits

On April 15, a workshop for nonprofit groups organized by Michelle M. Thompson, a visiting lecturer in Cornell's Department of City and Regional Planning, took place at Albert R. Mann Library.

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Participants wanted for an afternoon of volunteering in the community, Saturday, April 23

On Site Volunteer Services, a student-run, nationally recognized nonprofit organization, is coordinating more than 20 volunteer projects for that day. The event celebrates National Volunteer Week.

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Cornell Math Explorers Club, a group for high school students, will hold open house Sept. 16

Want to crack cryptography? Do you crave secret codes? If you want to figure out fractals or if you enjoy the connection between math and art, then consider joining the Cornell Math Explorers Club.

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New Victim Advocacy Program is provided for the Cornell community

The Victim Advocacy Program, a new Cornell University service, is now available to all members of the Cornell community. The position will function under the auspices of the University Ombudsmans Office. Danilee Poppensiek will serve as the victim advocate while continuing her assistant ombudsman duties.

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Mighty morphin' pigeon watchers learn science in the city

Inner city schoolchildren all over North America soon will be learning from the pigeons under their feet through the program Project PigeonWatch.

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The 'Blizzard of '96' already surpasses many snowfall totals from 1993's 'Storm of the Century'

Ten major locations throughout the middle Atlantic region and the Northeastern United States have set snowfall records this week, shattering record snowfall amounts set during the last 'Storm of the Century' in March 1993, according to climatologists at the Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell.