The university’s acknowledgment states that the Ithaca campus is located on the traditional homelands of the Gayogo̱hó꞉nǫ', also known as the Cayuga Nation.
In a case won by Cornell Law School's First Amendment Clinic, law student Rob Ward addressed a novel question in New York state court concerning recent changes to state statutes intended to protect free speech in public matters.
Author Roxane Gay, whose writing explores feminism, race, body image, social topics and fiction, will speak virtually at Cornell Senior Convocation on May 28.
The Cornell community can view a report of findings compiled by the firm that held the discussions, which focused on public safety and policing on the Ithaca campus.
Cornell has become one of the first U.S. universities to partner with the council, communicating the benefits of wind power and providing industry research in more than 80 countries.
Serving residents of two upstate New York counties, the HOPES program led by Rana Zadeh is providing secure medication organizers and training to help prevent potentially dangerous and costly mishaps.
Arthur Gensler Jr., B.Arch. ’58, a global architect, entrepreneur and founder of a practice that became one of the largest, most successful firms in the industry, died May 10.
Farther Farms has created the world’s first commercially available french fries that don’t need freezing or refrigeration, with innovative technology developed at Cornell.
Cornell Alliance for Science Director Sarah Evanega, Ph.D. ’09, is recognized for her outstanding achievements working for the advancement of science in the public policy arena.