A gender-bending Hamlet silent film with live music screens Sept. 14

The restored 1921 German silent film “Hamlet,” starring Denmark’s most famous film actress, Asta Neilsen, as Hamlet, screens Sept. 14.

Schumer announces $400,000 federal grant to fight potato pest

U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer announced a commitment of $400,000 to the Federal Golden Nematode Laboratory at Cornell Sept. 1. The lab is the "front line of defense" against pests that pose a threat to New York’s $65 million potato industry.

Pollack issues statement responding to White House rescission of DACA program

President Martha E. Pollack sent a message to the Cornell community Sept. 5, following the Trump administration announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is being rescinded.

John Cleese returns to Cornell for a ‘Conversation’ Sept. 11

“A Conversation With John Cleese,” hosted by the Office of the Provost and the Cornell University Program Board, is set for Monday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. in Bailey Hall.

How best to say, ‘Keep out!’ 10,000 years into the future

How do you warn generations far in the future about buried nuclear waste? A faculty member critiques two approaches.

Sports Leadership Summit to kick off Sept. 18 in NYC

The ILR School will hold its first Cornell ILR Sports Leadership Summit Sept. 18 at the Westin New York Grand Central in New York City.  

Things to Do, Sept. 1-8, 2017

Events on campus include jazz and classical performances, glass sea creatures and a fall party at the Johnson Museum, a book talk on roads in the Himalayas and a reading by poet and novelist Ron Rash.

Speakers will discuss ending racism, how to talk about race

Two authors and nationally known experts on race and racial issues, F. Michael Higginbotham and Beverly Tatum, are coming to campus for free public talks Sept. 12-13.

Lecture series to explore how law, new technologies interact

Emerging technologies and the legal and policy challenges surrounding them are the focal points of a new lecture series beginning this fall.