‘A place at the table’: Exploring free expression through dance

Student-artists will reimagine the Kiplinger Theater in a work titled “This table has been a house in the rain,” through choreography and improvisation, innovative staging and ties to other art forms.

‘Freedom of Expression’ ice cream voting April 10-12

From April 10-12, ice cream aficionados will get several opportunities to taste and vote on their favorite of three new student-developed flavors, crafted to help celebrate “The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell.”

In Lund debate, panelists chart different paths to climate justice

Journalist Kate Aronoff and security expert Joshua Busby will look at climate justice issues through different lenses during this year’s Lund Critical Debate from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies on April 11. 

Course helps instructors foster free expression in class

With the Intergroup Dialogue Project, instructors learned skills to facilitate in-class communication across difference – skills participants said are vital to maintaining a democratic society. 

Opposing views of regulation emerge at Durland Lecture

This year’s Lewis H. Durland Memorial Lecture, held March 25 in Statler Auditorium, was a conversation between two finance experts with opposing ideological views; it was tied to Cornell’s academic theme year, “Freedom of Expression.”

Like it or not, lies should be protected under First Amendment

Cybersecurity expert Jeff Kosseff said in a talk at Cornell Bowers CIS that the constitutional right to lie extends to every American, so long as the high judicial bar for fraud, defamation or another narrow category of speech isn’t met.

Dyson alum discusses free expression, corporate responsibility

Corporations are caught in a bind when it comes to social issues, Natalie R. Williams ’86 said during the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management Dean’s Distinguished Lecture on March 12 in Warren Hall.

Faculty panel addresses values-based leadership in business

Businesses and society can benefit when leaders keep both personal and companywide values in sight, according to speakers at the seventh annual SC Johnson College of Business Faculty Panel.

Students to discuss navigating identities abroad

Panelists who have studied in countries ranging from Denmark to Singapore will speak about their perspectives on gender, sexuality, race and identities that impacted them while abroad during an upcoming global freedom of expression event.