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App helps users choose wardrobe based on weather

Matt Barker ‘19 and Austin Astorga ’19 created Brella, an app that delivers a personalized daily forecast and clothing suggestions based on the weather.

Grant to unite Cornell, partners in fight against opioids

A grant will expand Cornell's research and work with partners on confronting opioid abuse through evidence-based interventions.

NYC conference to examine challenges posed by the ‘gig economy’

The "gig economy" will be explored in an April 27-28 conference in New York City organized by The Worker Institute at Cornell’s ILR School.

Nobel laureate’s autobiographical play to be presented in staged readings

Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann’s autobiographical play, “Something that Belongs to You,” will given staged reading April 15 and 17.

Analysis finds strong consensus on effectiveness of gender transition treatment

A new data analysis has found strong consensus that undergoing gender transition can improve transgender well-being.

Quality of Medicaid varies as a result of public policy

A new book by Jamila Michener, “Fragmented Democracy: Medicaid, Federalism and Unequal Politics,” finds unequal application of Medicaid undermines democracy.

CARE Fund promotion winners announced

Nearly 500 employees contributed by donating at least $1 per paycheck or making a one-time donation to the Cornellians Aiding and Responding to Employees Fund by March 6.

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Things to Do, April 6-13, 2018

Event this week include the annual Vet College Open House, a series of Spanish-language "city films," Southeast Asian Language Week, a debate on free speech and the return of the Farmers' Market at Cornell.

Students, faculty reflect on lessons from Wynton Marsalis' visit

A.D. White Professor-at-Large Wynton Marsalis spent a week on campus mentoring and performing with students, offering insights on jazz and a variety of topics, and interacting with local youths.