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All about animals

The annual College of Veterinary Medicine open house will be held April 7, and a talk on dental care tips for pets will be held April 14 at the Baker Institute for Animal Health.


CARE Fund promotion winners announced

Nearly 500 employees contributed by donating at least $1 per paycheck or making a one-time donation to the Cornellians Aiding and Responding to Employees Fund by March 6.


Child safety seat checks and citizenship classes offered

Cornell University Police are offering free child safety seat checks April 28 and CLASP is offering a series of free classes on the civics portion of the U.S. citizenship exam.


Make time to assist admitted students visiting campus

The undergraduate admissions office asks the campus community to help welcome admitted students and family members visiting campus during April.


Two brothers find hope in prison, overcoming the odds

Brothers Darryl and Darnell Epps '21 recount their experiences of living for 17 years in a maximum security prison, and how their determination and education, especially the Cornell Prison Education Program, helped open opportunities for them. 


Tech Tuesdays: Learn to create accessible documents

Student Disability Services is hosting a series on web content accessibility on Tuesdays in April, all at noon-1 p.m. in 127 Cornell Health (Tang Conference Room).


Willis recognized for work with cows, students – and knots

Gerald Willis was recognized with the George Peter Award for Dedicated Service March 29 at the Vet College for his care for the university’s dairy herd and his work with veterinary students and faculty.


Town-gown efforts smooth bumpy road to sustainability

A variety of speakers explained many community approaches to a greener world at Cornell’s 2018 Town-Gown Conference on Sustainability on April 2.

Student uses storytelling to find herself and just ‘be’

The ability to “live in her head” has served chemical engineering student Grace Chuang ’18 well in her filmmaking and storytelling passions and in her ability to envision the “what-ifs” that propel discovery.