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Events seek to untangle roots of Rohingya crisis

Two upcoming events will attempt to shed light on the ethnic cleansing of 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims living in Myanmar.

A new online home for Cornell public engagement

A new website showcases work by students, faculty and staff to carry out Cornell’s public engagement mission.


For anthropologist, doll exchange is not child’s play

Anthropologist Hirokazu Miyazaki found more than he could have imagined when he looked into "friendship dolls" at the behest of his son.

Extension summer interns recount helping New York businesses, communities

Twenty-six students shared their experiences of working with Cornell Cooperative Extension this summer.

‘Forever Faithful’ pays tribute to Cornell hockey

"Forever Faithful," written by Jim Roberts '71 and Arthur Mintz '71, recalls some of the great moments in Cornell men's and women's hockey history and pays tribute to their devoted fans. 

Extension helps New York farmers share harvest with hurricane victims

Cornell Cooperative Extension vegetable specialist Maire Ullrich worked with nonprofit Feeding America to put together a shipment of fruits and vegetables to be trucked to parts of Florida or Texas hit hard by recent hurricanes.

Homecoming 2017 celebrates community

Ithaca-area communities will gather with Cornell alumni, parents, friends, faculty and staff for Homecoming 2017, Oct. 20–21.

Weill Cornell Medicine awarded $45.3M NIH grant

Weill Cornell Medicine has received a $45.3 million renewal grant from the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program.

Branching out to chat cider

Four scientists explained the core of making apples to the Ithaca Commons Pavilion crowd Oct. 1.