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Cornell's interior design program ranked No. 2 nationwide by DesignIntelligence magazine

The Department of Design and Environmental Analysis has been ranked the best program in the East and second nationwide in the annual survey conducted by DesignIntelligence magazine. (March 29, 2007)

Architecture program ranked No. 1 nationwide ... again

Cornell's Bachelor of Archiecture program has once again received the top marks in the annual survey conducted by DesignIntelligence magazine. (March 26, 2007)

Calls of the wild: More than 80,000 sound and video recordings of animals now available to public online

For the first time, more than 65,000 sound clips and some 18,000 video clips of birds and other animals are accessible for no charge at the Macaulay Library's Web site.

An advocate for refugees, alumna Elisabeth Becker wins Marshall Scholarship to attend Oxford University

Elisabeth Becker '06 has won a 2007 Marshall Scholarship that she will use at the University of Oxford, England, starting in October 2007.

Student bloggers share their Cornell experience online

University PhotographyStudent bloggers, from left, Jennifer Lin '09, Jenna Bromberg '08 and Caroline Dias '08 are part of a pilot project meant to give prospective students and parents a representative picture of student life.The…

Ai Weiwei literally smashes China's traditions in art and architecture

The iconoclastic conceptual artist and architect Ai Weiwei talked about his work Nov. 6 in Cornell's Hollis E. Cornell Auditorium.

How competition for the best students, faculty and facilities -- and rankings -- sends tuition soaring

Why has tuition outpaced the Consumer Price Index? The simple answer is that Cornell offers a premium product (an education at an elite institution) in an extremely competitive market, and to stay ahead of the pack, the university must keep getting the best students, faculty and facilities -- and the best rankings. And that costs a lot of money.

Ivy League's Iron Man: One of world's top farriers passes on his craft at Cornell

Michael Wildenstein is the resident farrier at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine -- the only veterinary college in North America with a farrier program.

Leaders are made, not born, as they learn to build teams, trust others and take risks

The Leadership Initiative in the College of Human Ecology teaches that we are all born with the potential to lead, but that most leadership traits require effort and experience to develop.