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National labor board, in its 81st year, adapts to the times

National Labor Relations Board Chairman Mark Pearce '75 spoke on "Change and Challenges: The NLRB after 81 Years" at Cornell Law School Oct. 24.

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Einaudi lecturer will link cybersecurity and national security

Jon Lindsay, assistant professor of digital media and global affairs at the University of Toronto, will discuss the threat of cyberwarfare in an Oct. 26 lecture hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

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Students gather for final debate in 'crazy' election season

Cornell students gathered in Carl Becker House Oct. 19 to watch discuss the final presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.

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Lecture to tackle link between politics, religion in U.S., Nov. 3

Princeton historian Kevin Kruse will deliver the LaFeber-Silbey Lecture, "Make America Born Again: Religion and Politics in the 2016 Campaign,” Nov. 3, at 4:30 p.m. in Room 165 McGraw Hall.

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Q&A: How Twitter is key to presidential campaigns in 2016

Communication professor Drew Margolin studies human dynamics through social media and has been tracking how people react to presidential candidates on Twitter.

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Iscol lecturer: U.S. justice has always oppressed minorities

Glenn Martin shared his experiences as a former convict and a reformer of the U.S. criminal justice system in the Iscol Family Program for Leadership Development in Public Service Lecture Sept. 27.

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Pre-debate panel examines justice system, immigration

Panelists from across the political spectrum spoke passionately about immigration and incarceration reform Sept. 26 at Educate the Vote, a campus discussion preceding the first presidential debate.

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Grants help students afford unpaid summer internships

With the help of alumni gifts and the Student Assembly, 19 Arts and Sciences students took unpaid summer internships to boost their resumes and help them determine what they want to do.

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Engaged Curriculum Grants support courses, curricula

Fourteen new projects funded with 2016 Engaged Curriculum Grants are underway. With an additional eight teams receiving renewal funding, the grants involve 93 faculty and staff team members, and 29 departments.