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Online collection captures Sri Lankan village life

Cornell University Library has launched a new digital collection depicting the evolution of a remote Sri Lankan village.

Carol Warrior, assistant professor of English, dies at 56

Carol Edelman Warrior, assistant professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, died July 4 in Montana. She was 56.

Designers to unveil 'RRRolling Stones' at NYC sculpture park

A movable outdoor seating system designed by architecture faculty members Leslie Lok and Sasa Zivkovic and made from 3D-printed concrete will be unveiled July 12 at Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens.

Career Explorations puts future in 4-H'ers hands

More than 500 middle and high school students from across New York gathered at Cornell’s Ithaca campus June 26-28 to participate in workshops taught by Cornell faculty, staff and graduate students during the annual 4-H Career Explorations conference.

Things to Do, June 29-July 31, 2018

Summer events at Cornell include a party at the Johnson Museum, free concerts and lectures, Cinema Under the Stars, a college fair for high school students and Staff Development Day.

Altruistic behavioral economists put ideas into action

Why would five Cornell professors decide to teach a class when there was no budget to pay them to do it? For the directors of Cornell’s Behavioral Economics and Decision Research Center, the reason is the subject of the course: Better Decisions for Life, Love and Money.

Alum fashions program to find and support ‘natural leaders’

Since she was a child, Margo Hittleman ’81, Ph.D. ’07, was encouraged to speak up and try to change things that she thought were unfair. Many of the things that bothered her most related to systemic social injustice and exclusion.

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Documents illuminate U.S. Yiddish-speaking life until the Cold War

Newly digitized documents from labor organization archives cast light on the lives of U.S. Yiddish-speaking Jewish immigrants until the Cold War.

Ancient Latin puns revealed in new edited volume

Michael Fontaine, professor of classics, has co-edited a new volume of Latin language puns.