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Marc Lacey ’87, national editor for The New York Times, visited the Ithaca campus as the first Distinguished Visiting Journalist from Feb. 10-14.

The online learning platform eCornell will host a webinar, “Practicing Digital Citizenship: A Social Media Test Drive,” Feb. 27 at 2 p.m.


Events at Cornell include a cat video festival; performances inspired by Taiwanese artist Tong Yang-Tze; a concert and master classes with the Chamber Society of Lincoln Center; and a celebration of Robert Moog.

Events at Cornell include the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Lecture with Yusef Salaam; pianist Philip Carli and silent films at Cornell Cinema; astrophysicist David Stevenson, Ph.D. '76; and the 2020 Backyard Bird Count.

The event, “Roundtable on Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV): Public Health, Politics and Global Perspective,” was held Feb. 11 on Cornell’s Ithaca campus. 

A new exhibit at Cornell University Library’s Catherwood Library, “The Other Side of the Tracks," exposes the plight of marginalized African American and women railroad workers early in the 20th century.

Historian Mary Beth Norton gives a detailed account of the 16 months leading into the Revolutionary War in her new book “1774: The Long Year of Revolution.”

In the latest episode of “WORK! Exploring the future of work, labor and employment,” Cornell ILR Dean Alex Colvin and best-selling author Jon Gordon ’93 discuss the changing culture of today’s workplace.


When Mary Fessenden, Cornell Cinema director, sits down to think about what films to show each semester, she has lots of movies in mind, but she also works closely with professors to find ties to the classes they’re offering.