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Cornell students shared their global experiences through posters April 15 at the 2019 Community Engagement Showcase.

Ten Cornell undergraduate and graduate students traveled 23 hours and 7,600 miles to the South Pacific island nation of Tonga to see what climate change really looks like.

You need not imagine dragons: A 70-foot-long, large-tailed beast created by first-year architecture students will parade across campus March 29. Dragon Day has been a spring tradition for over a century.

This week’s events include the Cornell Bhangra team’s 18th South Asian dance exhibition, guest trumpeter Ingrid Jensen performing with the Cornell Jazz Ensemble, assistant professor Andrew Moisey in a “Chats in the Stacks” book talk and Dragon Day on March 29.

Twelve graduate students will spend this year refining their dissertation plans and testing the waters of global research with help from the Einaudi-SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program.

More than two dozen student designers will have their work featured in a professional fashion show put on by the Cornell Fashion Collective, March 9 in Barton Hall.

University officials, government representatives and solar power executives ceremonially broke ground March 1 for the new Cascadilla Community Solar Farm at Cornell.

Ed Intemann, senior lecturer in performing and media arts and resident lighting designer at the Schwartz Center for more than two decades, died Feb. 21.

Recent architecture and art alumni Brian Havener and Pauline Shongov recently spent a month furthering research and initiating creative work at a house on the Coliumo Peninsula in Chile, as recipients of the inaugural Casapoli Residency.