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“SOS – Save Our Souls,” an installation by architecture student Achilleas Souras ’23, is on display at Traversèes, a French art fair with the theme of the border, displacement and exile.

This past summer, Cornell landscape architecture students examined complicated redevelopment questions regarding post-industrial sites in New York City and designed their own projects.

A new memorial in the center of campus serves as a contemplative reminder of eight students and a professor who died in a tragic fire in 1967.

The College of Architecture, Art and Planning is partnering with Cornell Tech on a pilot program that sends master’s students in matter design computation to the New York City campus for a semester. 

This year’s Innovative Teaching and Learning Award winners will give Cornell students a host of new opportunities and experiences, thanks to faculty grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000.

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This year’s Innovative Teaching and Learning Award winners will give Cornell students a host of new opportunities and experiences, thanks to faculty grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000.

Plant stylist Hilton Carter will talk about transforming living spaces into green landscapes in “Wild at Cornell,” the Cornell Botanic Gardens’ Hamilton Lecture, Oct. 9 in Statler Auditorium. A plant give-away for students is Oct. 3.

With more than 100,000 books arranged in a structural mass of mezzanine shelves and walkways, the Mui Ho Fine Arts Library in the renovated Rand Hall is open for browsing.

More than 40% of residents in 15 cities in the “global south” – developing nations in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America – still lack quality, affordable water that can be piped into dwellings.