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A student-created company is the talk of the Web

They got started way back in 1994, in the "pre-Netscape days," before the Internet took off as a commercial enterprise. It was then that Cornell students Todd Krizelman and Stephan Paternot, armed with only a modem and a Macintosh computer in Krizelman's dorm room.

Africana and Latino Greek Letter Council presents annual entertainment and fashion benefit April 18

The Africana and Latino Greek Letter Council at Cornell is presenting its annual music, entertainment and fashion benefit called Greek Freak '96 in Bailey Hall on April 18.

Cornell University announces plan to establish institute to study conflict resolution

Cornell, with support from the Foundation for Prevention and Early Resolution of Conflict, plans to establish an institute at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations for the study of conflict resolution. The institute is expected to open in August 1996.

Cornell Festschrift honors Colin Rowe, one of architecture's most influential scholars

Colin Rowe, one of architecture's most influential scholars and one of its leading commentators, will be honored with a Festschrift April 26-28 at Cornell University. (March 20, 1996)

Computer program reads math text aloud for the visually impaired

A computer program written by a Cornell University graduate student to help him read his mathematics texts is now helping visually impaired students across the country with their studies. Eventually it may speed the process of recording books for the blind and perhaps lead to an audio browser for the World Wide Web.

Spider silk inspires new model for super fibers of future

Scientists hoping to produce super-tough, bio-inspired fibers are a step closer with a new model for the molecular arrangement of spider silk, proposed by Cornell University researchers in the Jan. 5 issue of the journal Science.

Mighty morphin' pigeon watchers learn science in the city

Inner city schoolchildren all over North America soon will be learning from the pigeons under their feet through the program Project PigeonWatch.

Digital library for computer scientists welcomes participants

More than 30 academic departments and research laboratories are now participating in the Networked Computer Science Technical Report Library (NCSTRL).

Northeast sets snowfall records as Blizzard of '96 dissipates

While much of the eastern United States digs out from the Blizzard of '96, the snow has stopped falling but snowfall records continue to fall and storm-related anecdotes pile up, according to climatologists from the Northeast Regional Climate Center.