Library deal to stimulate open access

Library strikes "read-and-publish" access with Cambridge University Press.

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Talks mark exhibits, campus LGBTQ milestones

"Radical Desire" symposium brings prominent LGBTQ speakers to campus.

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Class Notes heads to international a cappella finals

For the first time, Cornell’s oldest all-gender a cappella group will compete in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Finals, as one of the top eight of 450 groups.

‘Ammons & the Falls’ highlights poet’s ties to Ithaca landscape

A community celebration on April 26 will commemorate A.R. Ammons and the poems that forged his deep connection to the local landscape. 

Fashion industry legend Stuart Weitzman to speak May 5

Stuart Weitzman, American designer and founder of the internationally known shoe company that bears his name, will speak about his five decades of experience in the footwear industry at an event on Wednesday, May 5, at 5:15 p.m.

Alum Marc Lacey named managing editor of the New York Times

In his new role, Lacey, Arts & Sciences' inaugural Distinguished Visiting Journalist, will oversee the breadth of the paper's news operation.

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Concerto Competition winner to perform with Cornell Symphony Orchestra

Nanor Seraydarian will perform Ernest Chausson’s “Poème” as a featured soloist alongside the Cornell Symphony Orchestra at Bailey Hall

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2022 Cornell Biennial artist preview

Cornell Council for the Arts announces the fifth Cornell Biennial, featuring artworks, installations, and performances addressing the curatorial theme: “Futurities, Uncertain.”

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Musicologist and poet awarded Guggenheim fellowships

Alejandro L. Madrid, professor of musicology and ethnomusicology, and Valzhyna Mort, associate professor of literatures in English, have been named 2022 fellows by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.