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‘Cornell According to Sound’ offers sonic look at campus

Chris Hoff ’02 and Sam Harnett, creators of “The World According to Sound” radio show and podcast and Cornell artists-in-residence, will share what they’ve heard on campus during four live audio shows Nov. 20-21 at the Flex Theater in the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts.

Memorial honors fallen alumni from Iraq War

Members of the Cornell community gathered at Anabel Taylor Hall on Nov. 9 to honor Maj. Richard J. Gannon II ’95 and Capt. George A. Wood ’93, two alumni killed during the conflict in Iraq.

Cornell support for NY farmworkers wins national recognition

Cornell has been honored for collaborations with farmworkers providing research, policy advocacy and outreach support including workshops, legal and tax assistance, and tutoring.

Aided by Cornell legal clinic, Ghana native rebuilding life in US

The Law School’s Asylum and Convention Against Torture Appellate Clinic played an important role in helping the man secure asylum after an immigration judge’s initial ruling against him.

President Pollack welcomes IFC ban on social events

On Nov. 8, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack sent a message to the Ithaca campus community regarding sorority and fraternity activities on campus.

Progress made in reforms to sorority, fraternity life

Cornell continues to enact changes and reforms to sorority and fraternity life at the university as part of the ongoing response to a comprehensive review President Martha E. Pollack requested in 2018.

Things to Do, Nov. 8-15, 2019

Events this week include synthesizer ensemble Mother Mallard's 50th anniversary; Apple Bake-off judging at Cornell Orchards; Andrea Berloff '95 with her film “The Kitchen;” and author Valeria Luiselli on the border crisis.

Play looks at how climate change will impact Ithaca’s future

“The Next Storm,” Nov. 15-23 at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts, is a community-based play by the Department of Performing and Media Arts partnering with Ithaca-based theater company Civic Ensemble and playwright Thomas Dunn.

Cornell partners in $10M poultry science grant

Cornell is co-leading a $9.95 million, five-year U.S. Department of Agriculture grant that aims to transform nutrition and water use in the poultry industry in order to improve its environmental impact and enhance human health.