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Cornell ice cream now available at Trillium Express

Although the Cornell Dairy Bar has closed for several years while Stocking Hall is renovated, Cornell ice cream and other dairy products are now available at Trillium Express. (Aug. 26, 2010)

Minority student researchers present summer work

Students from universities across the country who spent the summer working in Cornell or Syracuse University research labs presented their work at an Aug. 10 symposium in Hollister Hall. (Aug. 11, 2010)

Brushes with genius: Faculty members recall Barbara McClintock at library panel discussion

The donation to Cornell Library of an ear of corn crossbred by the Nobel Prize-winning plant geneticist provided the occasion for a panel of faculty members to reflect on their experiences with McClintock. (Aug. 9, 2010)

Rx for landscape woes: Water trees and shrubs, not lawn

High temperatures and low rainfall in the Northeast are taking a toll on plants, shrubs and lawns. Here are things you can do to stay green. (Aug. 5, 2010)

'Fearless' aphids ignore warnings, get eaten by ladybugs

Aphids raised on plants genetically engineered to emit a compound that warns surrounding aphids of a predator become accustomed to the chemical and no longer flee when a predator is present. (Aug. 5, 2010)

Shelton elected Entomological Society of America fellow

One of 10 new fellows, Tony Shelton will be formally recognized during the society's annual meeting, Dec. 12-15, in San Diego. (July 30, 2010)

Senator Gillibrand helps kick off urban youth farm project

U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Binghamton, N.Y., Mayor Matt Ryan helped kick off a summer youth employment initiative, an urban farm, as part of the Community Improvement Through Youth Project. (July 16, 2010)

Weed it and reap: Cornell to host Northeastern Collegiate Weed Science Contest

Cornell will host more than 100 competitors for the 2010 Northeastern Collegiate Weed Science Contest July 27 at its Homer Thompson Vegetable Research Farm in Freeville, N.Y. (July 12, 2010)

60 boxes of surplus office supplies go to local nonprofits

Alumni Affairs and Development has recycled and redistributed office supplies gathered from recent office moves, saving $72,000 in office supply purchases and distributing the surplus to area not-for-profits. (July 7, 2010)