Students urge lawmakers to support financial aid

Twelve undergraduate students, representing six states, took to Capitol Hill last week for Student Aid Advocacy Day, speaking with members of Congress and their aides about the critical importance of federal financial aid.

Service to remember, honor recently lost Cornellians

A nonsectarian Service of Remembrance, to be held April 27 at 3:30 p.m. in Sage Chapel, will honor the lives of students, staff and faculty who have died in the past year.

Lund Debate to bring democracy experts into conversation

Expert panelists Thomas Garrett and Damon Wilson will examine the threats democracies around the world are confronting, and what governments and citizens can do to fight back, on April 24.

‘Out Here’ film event shines light on rural LGBTQ life

A trio of short films showing the pleasures – and perils – of rural life for LGBTQ+ people will show April 26 as part of the Rural Humanities Initiative in the College of Arts and Sciences.

New fellowship to bolster innovation in clean technology

The Green Technology Innovation Fellowship will prepare participants to launch their own startups or serve as leaders in the global transition to clean energy and technology.

Library celebrates 400th year of Shakespeare folio

Cornell University Library will celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's First Folio, a posthumous publication of his collected plays, by displaying its copy at a special one-day event on April 21.

Art and community: Africana Library exhibits quilts

Cornell University Library has launched a new exhibit that celebrates the African American tradition of quilt making as expressions of artistry, history and community.

BOOM returns for its 25th year

After a three-year hiatus, Bits On Our Minds, a showcase of cutting-edge digital technology projects created by Cornell students, returns to campus for its 25th anniversary. The event will be held 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 27, in Duffield Hall atrium.

2023-24 academic year to feature free expression theme

The significance, history and challenges of free expression and academic freedom will be explored as a featured theme throughout the 2023-24 academic year, President Martha E. Pollack will announce April 17.