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Summer Scoop a signal to stop and savor the moment

About 400 staff, students and faculty took time June 28 to enjoy some of Cornell's most popular ice cream flavors at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' annual Summer Scoop.


Free group fitness classes July 23-27

The Healthy Living Program is offering free group fitness classes the week of July 23-27 to anyone in the Cornell community with a Cornell ID card. New participants will be eligible to win prizes for attending.


Register now for Web Accessibility Camp Aug. 6-8

Cornell’s first Web Accessibility Camp for web content contributors, web designers and developers will be held Aug. 6-8, at Ives Hall and the ILR Conference Center.


Engaging with off-campus communities

The Office of Community Relations is on the move this summer with the Community Relations Engagement Wagon to share its services and knowledge with Cornell offices and colleagues.


‘Collaboratory’ shares ideas on food, healing, justice

The Ecological Learning Collaboratory brought people from Africa, South Asia and North America to interact with Cornell faculty.

Suppliers Showcase provides visibility to Cornell's vendors

More than 1,000 faculty, staff and community members circulated among almost 100 on- and off-campus vendor representatives who displayed their wares and promoted their services at the Suppliers Showcase, June 1 in Barton Hall.


Groovin’ to the ’60s at the 2018 Arts and Sciences picnic

Dressed in '60's garb, Dean Ritter declared herself the "peace, love and harmony dean,” at the annual Arts and Sciences picnic May 31, speaking to about 400.


Cornell summertime college fair highlights 45 institutions

A free summertime college fair for area high school students, their families, teachers and guidance counselors will be held July 23, 4-6 p.m. in the Statler Ballroom, Statler Hotel.


250 staff honored at 63rd Service Recognition Dinner

At the 63rd annual Service Recognition Dinner June 5, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack and Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Mary Opperman paid tribute to 250 staff members who began working at Cornell 25, 30, 35, 40 or more years ago.