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Artist Ana Teresa Fernández visits campus April 25

Ana Teresa Fernández, an artist whose public art, paintings and films explore the intersections of geopolitical borders and boundaries of identity, will visit campus April 25.

Legal experts discuss hate speech and how to limit it

Nadine Strossen, former president of the American Civil Liberties Union and professor of law at New York Law School, and Jeremy Waldron, professor of law at New York University, expressed differing opinions on hate speech April 10.

Undergrad starts ‘Hate Has No Home Here’ campaign

Lucia Rodriguez '20 has brought the 'Hate Has No Home Here' campaign to Cornell from her native Chicago.

Class of 2022 selected from record number of applicants

For the third consecutive year, Cornell has posted a record-high number of applications for admission. More than 51,000 students sought a place in the Class of 2022.

Chai and Chat series awarded Perkins Prize

Chai and Chat, a dialogue series developed by the student group South Asian Council to promote inclusivity, received the James A. Perkins Prize for Interracial and Intercultural Peace and Harmony at a ceremony March 19 in Willard Straight Hall.

Staff News

Cornell Center for Health Equity established

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell’s Ithaca campus have established a new center to better understand why health outcomes vary among demographic groups.

Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate to survey Ithaca campus

Members of the Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate are actively working toward an end-of-semester deadline to deliver specific recommendations to President Martha E. Pollack.

For two African Cornell undergrads, the UN unveils a world of opportunity

Brenda Umutoniwase ’20 and Grace Giramahoro ’20, found a Cornell student trip to United Nations Feb. 16 enlightening.

Essentials

Grant seeks to diversify participation in biology, biomedical graduate studies

A new initiative aims to increase participation rates and enhance the success of under-represented ethnic minorities and students who are deaf or hard of hearing in biological and biomedical graduate fields at Cornell.