Laurie Anderson visit offers a glimpse of her world

Multimedia artist Laurie Anderson took a captivated Cornell audience on a trip through the arc of her career during a Sept. 26 talk at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts.

Prominent Thai author speaks about her new novel

Veeraporn Nitiprapha's book tells the story of one family from the beginning of the 20th century until the 1970s.

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$13.5M gift to Human Ecology supports design across disciplines

The College of Human Ecology has received a $13.5 million gift commitment to support cross-college design research and collaboration across disciplines.

Tattoo artist bridges design with 3-D technology

Joe George was the artist-in-residence this summer in the Hybrid Body Lab, where Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao combines digital technology, fashion design and body art to invent beautiful, functional computer interfaces that people can wear on their skin.

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Scholars spearhead anthology of women’s theater writing

Two College of Arts and Sciences scholars have published the first wide-ranging anthology of theater theory and dramatic criticism by women and woman-identified writers, with entries by more than 80 scholars, including Cornell faculty and alumni.

Cornell celebrates 15 years at the heart of CNY Humanities Corridor

A highway of connective possibilities across Central New York

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Exhibit explores freedom of expression through fashion

“Fashioning the Boundaries of Free Speech,” an exhibit that’s part of Cornell’s Freedom of Expression theme year, will be on display in the Human Ecology Building and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art from Sept. 28 to Jan. 15, 2024.

Michener to direct new Center for Racial Justice and Equitable Futures

For her breadth of scholarship on racism and bias, Jamila Michener has been named the inaugural director of the university’s new center aimed at developing just and equitable public policy.

For threatened artists, free expression is political and personal

An event featuring threatened artists from Nicaragua and Afghanistan kicks off Global Cornell’s contribution to this year’s campuswide theme, “The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell.”