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Express service with luxury touches: Campus-to-campus bus hits its stride

Fred Rhoades has been driving buses -- all kinds of buses, from school and senior citizens' buses to charter coaches -- for more than 35 years. But according to Rhoades, the Prevost motor coaches that run eight times a week on Cornell's Campus-to-Campus express charter service beat them all -- at least, based on comfort and passenger response from students, faculty, staff and alumni. (May 4, 2005)

Cornell's Michal Lipson wins NSF 'Early Career' award to study photonic circuits

Michal Lipson, Cornell assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is among this year's recipients of National Science Foundation (NSF) Career Awards.

2005 Perkins Prize awarded to King Commemoration Committee; annual ceremony to be held April 29 in Willard Straight Hall

The 2005 James A. Perkins Prize for Interracial Understanding and Harmony at Cornell will be awarded to the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Committee during a ceremony and reception April 29.

Giant appetizer will serve as 'springboard' for Guinness world record

What do you get when you combine a bunch of crazy college kids and a giant spring roll? A possible Guinness world record, all in the name of charity.

Symposium to explore frontiers in chemical biology

The next great phase of research in the biological sciences is burgeoning at the crossroads where chemistry meets biology. To explore this cutting-edge interdisciplinary nexus, Cornell's Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology will host a symposium.

Diversity Digest: CU adds gender identity, expression to nondiscrimination policy

Cornell's commitment to diversity and inclusiveness includes areas protected by federal and state law, such as race, religion, sex, disability, veteran status and age, as well as areas protected under local law, such as sexual orientation and ex-offender status.

Steal this concerto, please: An interview with Steven Stucky

Steven Stucky's most commercially successful work to date is an arrangement of a piece written by a man who died 400 years ago -- Henry Purcell's "Funeral Music for Queen Mary."

CALS centennial year symposium features giants of innovation

The centennial year for Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will come to a close Friday, April 29, with "The Golden Age of Innovation" -- a symposium featuring major contributors to human health, nutrition and education.

Presidential scholars showcase research at April 15 poster session

What can you do in four years? How about finding a lifelong passion and researching it with feverish intensity -- just as members of the graduating class of Cornell Presidential Research Scholars (CPRS) have done.