Seeds and knowledge shared at 'Planting Moon' gathering

Cornell researchers and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) growers discussed indigenous knowledge and traditional agricultural practices at a symposium at Cornell Botanic Gardens.

Cornell's Hudson River conservation work nets DEC award

For more than 20 years, Cornell has facilitated collaborative solutions to protect and preserve the Hudson River Estuary and its watershed, and on May 23, the university was recognized for its efforts.

Cornell Tech has final Open Studio before move to new campus

Cornell Tech's Open Studio, held for the final time at the Google building campus, gives budding entrepreneurs a chance to pitch their ideas to several hundred people, including business leaders.

Four students receive Robinson-Appel Humanitarian Awards

The Cornell Public Service Center announced four recipients of the 2017 Robinson Appel Humanitarian Award April 28. Each project receives $1,500 to further students' service-based projects.

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Seven first-generation graduates join Teach For America

Teach For America has accepted 33 Cornellians into its roster of teachers beginning this fall, seven of whom are first-generation graduates. Ava Ramsundar '17 and Travis Ghirdharie '17 explain why they were interested in the program.

Extension, NYS apple growers partner on innovation

Concerns about the banning of a plant-thinning chemical prompted New York apple producers, CCE educators and Cornell researchers to study a mechanical blossom-thinning alternative to carbaryl.

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Student launches multidisciplinary food blog

Hannah Cai '19 is on a mission to encourage you to get to know your food. The nutritional sciences major launched Food For Thought, a blog on cooking, sustainability and human well-being.

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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Colleges seek to emulate student-run intervention group

The student-run organization Cayuga's Watchers has been getting national attention for its mitigation of high-risk drinking, and now schools around the country want to establish similar organizations.