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Architect and scholar Peter Eisenman '54, B.Arch. '55, is Cornell's newest Frank H.T. Rhodes Class of '56 Professor. Rhodes professors serve for three years and visit the Ithaca campus for one week a year. (Oct. 9, 2008)

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Novelist, literary scholar and Cornell professor Edmundo Paz-Soldan was named to a list of the 50 most influential Latin intellectuals by Foreign Policy magazine. (Oct. 8, 2008)

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The Cornell Symphony Orchestra will premiere 'Anillos,' by Cornell composer Roberto Sierra, Oct. 11 in Bailey Hall, as part of the American Astronomical Society's Division of Planetary Sciences annual meeting. (Oct. 8, 2008)

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Africana and English faculty member Carol Boyce Davies has received an award from the Association of Black Women Historians for her historical biography of radical intellectual Claudia Jones. (Oct. 8, 2008)

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Reinforcing its place in the scientific community, the arXiv repository at Cornell University Library reached a new milestone in October 2008 - half a million e-print postings. (Oct. 8, 2008)

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On Oct. 5, eight members of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers visited Cornell and spoke about nonviolence, environmental protection, indigenous health and water quality, among other causes. (Oct. 7, 2008)

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Robert Morgan, a poet, fiction writer and Cornell professor, discussed his Daniel Boone biography at the first Literary Luncheon, Sept. 25. Helena Maria Viarmontes will be the guest speaker Oct. 15. (Oct. 1, 2008)

Innovative artists who collaborated as part of the SoHo creative community in the 1970s reunited to discuss the era at the American Artistic Renaissance Symposium, Sept. 23-24 at Cornell. (Sept. 30, 2008)

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The 'ShakesQueer' symposium brought more than 20 scholars to campus Sept. 25-27 to discuss their work and present bold interpretations of Shakespeare where few before have dared to tread. (Sept. 30, 2008)