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A new book written by Donald Rakow, associate professor of horticulture and Gregory Eells, Cornell's director of counseling and psychological services, describes how colleges can use their campuses’ natural settings to combat a common problem — unhealthy stress among students and employees.

Brooke Erin Duffy, assistant professor of communication, is interviewed on the UK law that bans advertisers from using gender stereotypes to sell products.

"It's not exactly clear why we're seeing this big swarm now that we haven't before," says John Losey, professor of entomology at CALS and director of The Lost Ladybug Project. "But somehow, the combination of cues must have all sort of synchronized so that they went at a very similar time."

Andy Novakovic, a professor of agricultural economics at Cornell University, says that better-run dairies are likelier to invest in expansion, and poorly run big dairies are likelier to be driven out of business.

"If he testifies before Congress, whether in public or in private, that will be significant because it will allow him to detail the extraordinary amount of evidence against Trump that he collected," says Jens David Ohlin, a vice dean at Cornell Law School. 

In their new book, Gregory T. Eells, executive director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Counseling and Psychological Services and former director of CAPS at Cornell University, and Donald A. Rakow, associate professor of horticulture at Cornell University, discuss how being outdoors can improve students' mental health at little cost to colleges.

Kim Haines-Eitzen, a historian of early Christianity at Cornell University, says Njogu’s faction is not the first to try charting a new course without the celibacy vow. “In Catholicism, there’s always been a pronounced preference for asceticism to prove devotion. But how do you square that with, say, ‘be fruitful and multiply’, from Genesis?” she says.

Eswar Prasad, a professor of trade policy at Cornell University, said the tariffs would have “substantially disruptive effects on the tightly-woven supply chains in North America and portend even greater uncertainty in U.S. relationships with major trading partners.”

Brooke Erin Duffy, who studies social media and influencers at Cornell says that while female influencers showcase their physical selves, men show the flat lays. (Flat lays are an Instagram staple: a collection of objects artfully arranged on a flat surface, viewed from directly above.)

In this op-ed, Melissa Ferguson, senior associate dean of social sciences at Cornell, and her colleague Jeremy Cone, demonstrate that fact-checking is highly effective at combatting fake news, and influencing our perceptions.

Dan Luo, professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering speaks about creating artificial materials out of DNA with 'lifelike' abilities.

Dan Luo, professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering speaks about creating artificial materials out of DNA with 'lifelike' abilities.