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Expert to address role of law in cybersecurity Nov. 16

Indiana University law professor Fred Cate will lecture on "Cybersecurity and the Law" Nov. 16 in the third and final lecture in a series on cybersecurity hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

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Janet Reno '60, first female U.S. attorney general, dies at 78

Janet Reno ’60, who went from leading Cornell's Women's Student Government Association to becoming the United States' first female attorney general, died from complications of Parkinson's disease Nov. 7. She was 78.

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Vietnam ambassador to discuss foreign policy challenges

Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga, permanent representative of Vietnam to the U.N., will speak on "Vietnam in the 21st Century," Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 4:30 p.m. in Philip Lewis Auditorium, G76 Goldwin Smith Hall.

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Trump a 'grave danger' to U.S., Munday lecturer says

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eugene Robinson reflected on "Election 2016: Who’s Up, Who’s Down and What’s Really Going On" as this year's Munday Distinguished Lecturer Oct. 27.

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Faculty give their take on an unsettling presidential election

Anxiety, distrust, rigged elections, polarization, demographic change and racial resentment are all themes surrounding America’s 2016 presidential election, according to a Nov. 1 panel discussion.

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Cornell Law School launches death penalty center

The Cornell Center on Death Penalty Worldwide, the first center of its kind in the U.S., launched on campus Oct. 25 with a panel discussion. The Atlantic Philanthropies funded the center.

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Admissions underway for first class on new Cornell Tech campus

In August 2017, Cornell Tech's inaugural Roosevelt Island class will move into a campus built for innovation and creative collisions. Cornell Tech is accepting applications in seven master’s programs.

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Charlotte Levine '17 named one of the top ROTC cadets in U.S.

In this year’s graduating class of ROTC cadets across the country, Cornell's Charlotte Levine ’17 ranks in the top 10.

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Panel offers faculty perspectives on presidential election

Faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences will discuss this year's presidential election and what it means for the future of our country, Nov. 1.