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Associate professor Riché Richardson recently spent a week in Paris as a cultural envoy. She gave talks, and her art quilts depicting Barack Obama, Josephine Baker and Simone de Beauvoir were exhibited. (Jan. 22, 2009)

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Speaking Jan. 19 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Celebration in Ithaca, professor Locksley Edmondson said that Barack Obama's election does not indicate that America has become a 'post-racial society.' (Jan. 20, 2009)

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Over winter break, a Cornell team went to Botswana to help a fledgling natural-food products company that produces snacks from plants in the wild while benefiting local communities. (Jan. 14, 2009)

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DiversityInc magazine has named Cornell one of five schools for its new 'Top Colleges and Universities' ranking for commitments to diversity. (Dec. 9, 2008)

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In a commentary published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, President David Skorton calls on the higher education community to help the country solves its most pressing challenges. (Nov. 21, 2008)

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Cornell professor Christopher Barrett describes the problems and possible solutions to persistent poverty in developing countries. (Nov. 5, 2008)

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At a diversity forum Oct. 27, two top administrators worked with students to discuss how students are the most important vehicles for change when it comes to bias and intolerance on campus. (Oct. 29, 2008)

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An e-mail survey of some 25,000 college students - mostly in swing states - shows that half are very interested in the election and the majority are pro-Obama. Students are often underrepresented in polls. (Oct. 28, 2008)

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A panel of professors pondered the role of race in the upcoming presidential election at a discussion in Sage Hall, Oct. 21. (Oct. 23, 2008)