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Virtual events and Cornell resources include selections from the Centrally Isolated Film Festival; a Guy Davis concert rebroadcast on WVBR; a local species survey; a training session for undocumented community allies; and an online version of Cornell Library's Robert Moog exhibition.

The Cherry Artists’ Collective is commissioning a new work of livestream theater exploring life under pandemic quarantine. The play is being written by authors around the world.

As part of the choral ensemble courses, Steve Spinelli is hosting Listening Parties over Zoom, featuring special guest speakers.

Interdisciplinary scholar Noliwe Rooks discusses how people curate their home spaces, now that much of work and school is conducted from home via video conferencing.

Professor of history Aaron Sachs has co-edited an anthology, “Artful History,” with his mentor John Demos, professor emeritus of history at Yale.

Online events and Cornell resources include a choral music listening party, a staff community chat, student work from Rome, gardening classes for kids, and virtual auditions for a fall production of “How I Learned to Drive.”

Classics professor Michael Fontaine’s translation of the Latin poem “How to Drink: A Classical Guide to the Art of Imbibing” published April 14.

Four Cornell seniors have been selected to receive the 2020 State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.

Although its spring 2020 shows were cancelled, Cornell Concert Series is responding to COVID-19 with music. Concert series planners are connecting performers with fans and student musicians in new ways.