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Marianne Arcangeli recognized as first Staff Sustainability Champion

Marianne Arcangeli, administrative assistant and student services representative at the College of Human Ecology, has been recognized for her contributions to sustainable development and social equity on the Cornell campus.

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On-campus caller ID will appear on off-campus phones

As of Dec. 16, calls placed from Cornell phones to off-campus numbers will display the Cornell phone number in caller ID. This change supports the university’s new 911 system, launching Jan. 8, 2018, to provide location information in emergencies.

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Town hall on space and scheduling policy set for Jan. 22

A town hall meeting will be held Jan. 22, 2018 at 11 a.m. in 226 Weill Hall to gather input for the cross-divisional Scheduling and Space Inventory project currently underway.

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Stay informed about winter parking, campus alerts, transportation

Stay informed about winter parking, campus alerts, transportation and special conditions around campus.

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United Way campaign needs year-end push to reach goal

Thanks to faculty, staff, students and retirees, the Cornell United Way campaign is now three-quarters of the way toward its goal of $750,000, with gifts and pledges totaling $563,884.

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Seventh annual TOGO Awards attest to strength of town-gown relationships

More than 100 local and Cornell community members attended the seventh annual Town-Gown Awards ceremony Dec. 2. This year the celebration featured the three new presidents of Cornell University, Ithaca College and Tompkins Cortland Community College.

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United Way campaign continues through December

As of Nov. 28, the Cornell United Way campaign has raised $473,260, or 63 percent of its goal of $750,000. This total includes more than $73,000 raised in the past two weeks.

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Upcoming Cornell Cooperative Extension programs

Upcoming Cooperative Extension events: Press Bay Holiday Market, Leadership in Our Midst: Cultivating Leader-full Organizations, Parents Apart® and more.

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Soup & Hope series begins Jan. 18

Laura Lewis, a former Cornell staff member who soon will serve on the Common Council for the City of Ithaca’s Fifth Ward, will open the 2018 Soup & Hope biweekly series of personal narratives Jan. 18, noon to 1 p.m., in Sage Chapel.

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