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New Cornell research explores how racially diverse LGBTQ beauty vloggers market themselves and make marginalized people more visible.

Members of the Cornell community gathered at Anabel Taylor Hall on Nov. 9 to honor Maj. Richard J. Gannon II ’95 and Capt. George A. Wood ’93, two alumni killed during the conflict in Iraq.

Cornell has been honored for collaborations with farmworkers providing research, policy advocacy and outreach support including workshops, legal and tax assistance, and tutoring.

For Keith Taylor, professor of Asian studies, Veterans Day is an opportunity to reflect on how his life was shaped by his service in the Vietnam War.

Cornell researchers performed a computational analysis on nearly 3,000 online birth stories, shedding light on new mothers’ feelings of powerlessness.

The Cornell student chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects was recently awarded second place in the annual student design competition.

The Atkinson Forum in American Studies is bringing the Fisk Jubilee Singers back to campus for a concert Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. in the Alice Statler Auditorium.

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Cornell President Martha E. Pollack is a signatory on a letter to members of the New York congressional delegation urging them to address concerns with immigration policies that target international students.

A recent survey of Cornell undergraduate, graduate and professional students found that half of respondents experienced one or more forms of harassment, such as sexual assault, sexual and gender-based harassment, stalking, and dating and domestic violence.