Students debate free speech in the workplace

Students from ILR and the College of Arts and Sciences debated “Speechless: Should Union Organizers Have Free Speech Rights in the Workplace?” on Jan. 31 in Ives Hall, supporting the Freedom of Expression Theme Year.

Twelve new Klarman Fellows to pursue innovative, timely research in A&S

This fifth cohort of Klarman Fellows is the largest since the program was launched in 2019.

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'Cosmos' screening features ice cream and live Q&A with Ann Druyan

As part of their “Voyager Spacecraft Week,” the Cornell Astronomical Society joins Cornell Cinema to present “Cosmos” Episode 6: “Traveler’s Tales” on Feb. 13.

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Speaker series to examine antisemitism, Islamophobia

Leading academics from around the country will join Cornell experts in a semester-long series, “Antisemitism and Islamophobia Examined,” in addition to a number of other talks exploring these critical issues.

For more than 75 years, students have made Watermargin a home

Alumni and current members look back at the history of the pioneering co-op, which led the way in creating an interracial, interfaith house as a nondiscriminatory ideal.

Ukraine’s National Symphony Orchestra featured in Cornell Concert Series

The Cornell Concert Series event, featuring conductor Volodymyr Sirenko and cellist Natalia Khoma, takes place Feb. 10 in Bailey Hall.

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'Another Body' documentary exposes harm of deepfake tech

The film focuses on the gendered implications of deepfake technology; a free screening Feb. 7 will be presented by the Milstein Program in the College of Arts and Sciences, partnering with Cornell Cinema.

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Freelance writer Rhoda Feng wins 2022-23 Nathan Award

The committee praised the verve, precision, and wry wit of Feng’s criticism, observing that she also brings historically and culturally informed sensibilities to all her reviewing.

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With ‘Cramp Bites,’ student creates remedy to relieve period pain

An undergrad’s Middle Eastern-flavored snacks that aim to minimize menstrual cramps – and that have been tested in a pilot study on campus – are now on sale through her company, Aunt Flo’s Kitchen.