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Students urge lawmakers to support federal student aid

Cornell students descended on Capitol Hill March 14 for Student Aid Advocacy Day to share their experiences with financial aid.

Gillibrand, Pollack to speak at ILR panel on workplace sexual harassment

The ILR School will hold a public event March 19 that examines sexual harassment in the workplace.

CALS senior advocates for ag programs on Capitol Hill

Delegates from Cornell traveled to Washington, D.C., March 4-7 to advocate for federal support of land-grant universities and agricultural research.

ILR School heightens presence in New York City

The ILR School has moved its midtown Manhattan office to the former RCA Victor Building at 570 Lexington Ave. in January.

Cornell, Yale scholars debate success of outlawing war

Cornell and Yale argued the idea that international conflicts could be prevented by law in a debate held March 1 in Klarman Hall.

University reaffirms its commitment to, support of undocumented students

The March 5 deadline for ending the DACA program has passed, and the university wants its undocumented students - and prospective students - to know that it stands behind them and has many resources available to support them. 

Alum continues activism in new role as president of City College

Vincent Boudreau, Ph.D. ’91, initially thought he would study African politics. Then he walked into a class taught by Professor Benedict Anderson, an expert on the politics, history and languages of Southeast Asia.


Local and global efforts keep climate change fight alive

Atkinson Center executive in residence Jennifer Haverkamp lectures on global climate change prospects on campus Feb. 26.

Cornell, Yale scholars to debate role of law in preventing war

"Can war be prevented by law?” will be debated March 1 with the authors of "The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World.”