Tick races, teddy bear surgery: Veterinary Open House returns

After a three-year, pandemic-induced hiatus, the College of Veterinary Medicine resumed a beloved tradition and welcomed the community to its 54th Open House.

Attorney and author to discuss the law and the reality of asylum

Hear two perspectives on racism and xenophobia in U.S. refugee policy at the annual Koen-Horowitz Lecture on Wednesday, April 26. The keynote speakers include a prominent attorney and an author who is a refugee. 

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Students’ island clean-up trip inspires multimedia projects

Fourteen students spent their spring break on a Massachusetts island, dismantling hundreds of discarded lobster traps, collecting sounds of the island and deepening their understanding of human impacts on marine life.

Translator-Interpreter Program wins annual Perkins Prize

The student-run Translator-Interpreter Program, which trains bilingual and multilingual Cornell students to serve as volunteer translators and interpreters for community agencies, received the 27th annual James A. Perkins Prize for Interracial and Intercultural Peace and Harmony.

Cornell’s first Fashion Expo takes on New York City

The College of Human Ecology’s first Cornell Fashion Expo, held April 14, gave student designers a chance to present their work to industry experts and Cornell alumni in New York City, one of the fashion capitals of the world.

Regional Town-Gown Conference focuses on labor, employment

Community leaders and Cornell experts discussed issues such as childcare, remote and hybrid work, and housing and demographic trends at the Regional Town-Gown Conference, held April 18 at the Hotel Ithaca.

Robinson-Appel Awards honor student service projects with local youth

Najeh Abduljalil ’25, Alisha Robbins ’26, Yasmin Ballew ’23 and Michael Dicpinigaitis ’24 were recognized for creating opportunities and improving access for youth from Tompkins County and the surrounding region. 

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Museum exhibit illuminates Pliny’s study of art, nature

“Wonder and Wakefulness: The Nature of Pliny the Elder,” an exhibition running through June 11 at the Johnson Museum, marks the 2,000th anniversary of the birth of the celebrated Roman author, natural philosopher and statesman.

Sloan students organize case competition: “An experience of a lifetime”

Culminating a year of planning by the Healthcare Students Association in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy's Sloan Program in Health Administration, a case competition  attracted 40 teams representing the nation’s top graduate programs in health care and related fields.

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