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Planners lead mapping workshop for community nonprofits

On April 15, a workshop for nonprofit groups organized by Michelle M. Thompson, a visiting lecturer in Cornell's Department of City and Regional Planning, took place at Albert R. Mann Library.

Participants wanted for an afternoon of volunteering in the community, Saturday, April 23

On Site Volunteer Services, a student-run, nationally recognized nonprofit organization, is coordinating more than 20 volunteer projects for that day. The event celebrates National Volunteer Week.

Community leaders Gary Ferguson and George Ferrari are named to Cornell Civic Leaders Fellowship Program

The Cornell Public Service Center has announced the selection of the two fellows for the fourth annual Cornell Civic Leaders Fellowship Program, Gary Ferguson and George Ferrari.

Cornell Math Explorers Club, a group for high school students, will hold open house Sept. 16

Want to crack cryptography? Do you crave secret codes? If you want to figure out fractals or if you enjoy the connection between math and art, then consider joining the Cornell Math Explorers Club.

Four Cornell students receive awards for community-service efforts

Four Cornell undergraduate students have been honored for their community service work. The Robinson-Appel Humanitarian Awards were presented Friday, April 24.

Cornell students help neighborhood visualize designs for Greenpoint Terminal in Brooklyn

Undergraduate and graduate students in landscape architecture and city and regional planning developed their computer-generated design strategies for a group of citizens concerned over a new waterfront zoning being implemented by the New York City Planning Department for Greenpoint Terminal.

Cornell students give Displaced Homemakers a new design

The home of Displaced Homemakers of Tompkins County is one of several older residences on Tioga Street. Thanks to a Cornell sophomore class project, however, the building soon will have all new signs and detailed plans for a facelift, inside and out.

Cornell University fraternities and sororities plan a Public Service Day on Saturday, Nov. 1

On Nov. 1, the InterFraternity Council, the Panhellenic Council and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at Cornell will host a Public Service Day.

Collegetown cleanup by residents and students set for Saturday, Nov. 1

Cornell students, including members of fraternity and sorority councils, and Collegetown residents will clean up the streets of Collegetown on Nov. 1. Activities include cleaning neighborhood sidewalks, streets, utility poles, and open spaces.