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Memories, tech intertwine in student play ‘Benchmark’

“Benchmark,” a play by student Anna Evtushenko about a woman who relies on technology to preserve her memories, will stream online March 26 and 27.

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Solo performance 'spit fire, drink gasoline (repeat)' premieres March 25

An original solo performance, “spit fire, drink gasoline (repeat),” created and presented by Levi Wilson ’21, will have its YouTube premiere on March 25 at 7:30 p.m., available to view anytime until April 25. The event includes a Q&A with internationally acclaimed performance artist Tim Miller.

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ILR dean leading eCornell ‘The Future of Work’ series

New webinar series to kick off on March 25 as Dean Alex Colvin discusses “Unionization in Big Tech: Why Now?” with Chewy Shaw, Vice Chair of the Alphabet Workers Union and Jessica García, assistant to the president of the Retail, Wholesale Department Store Union.

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Building international partnerships for global food security

Research Professor of Global Development KV Raman works to implement global partnerships for food and agriculture systems — bringing together Cornellians and partners in developing countries to build solutions for hunger, poverty and malnutrition.

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Radio show features president of the Al-Huda Islamic Center

The March 16 episode of ‘All Things Equal’ featured Mahmud Burton, president of the new Al-Huda Islamic Center of the Finger Lakes in Lansing.

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Event highlights strategies for online teaching

More than 100 people participated in the Cornell Online Learning Community's seventh annual event, “What Works and What’s Next in Online Teaching and Learning?”

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Director of Netflix hit “Shtisel” highlights Jewish Studies event

“Shtisel,” an Israeli television series about a family living in an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood in Jerusalem, is an international hit on Netflix. Its director and writer, Yehonathan Indursky, will talk about the series during “The Making of Shtisel,” an online event hosted by Cornell’s Jewish Studies Program on March 24.

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Registration open for Summer Session online classes

Students are invited to register now for Cornell’s Summer Session, which will be held entirely online this year. Students can earn up to 15 credits by taking regular Cornell courses taught online by university faculty. Courses are offered in three-, six- and eight-week sessions between June 1 and Aug. 3.

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Cards from school kids brighten days in quarantine

Cornell Health and local elementary schools partner to bring positivity and joy to Cornell students in quarantine.

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