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All are invited to attend the dedication of a women's rowing team shell in honor of the late Cornell president Elizabeth Garrett Saturday, Oct. 1, at 9:45 a.m., at the Cornell Rowing Center.

Student-athletes remember late president Elizabeth Garrett's message of 'grace' to them and will honor her on May 8 with a memorial 5K run to benefit colon cancer research and student scholarships.

The Cornell University Board of Trustees approved and read memorial and condolence resolutions in honor of the late President Elizabeth Garrett during the open, public session of its meeting on the Ithaca campus March 24.

At venerable Bailey Hall, where the walls echo a century of concerts and educational lectures, more than 1,000 Cornellians reflected on the life and legacy of President Elizabeth Garrett at a moving memorial gathering March 17.

In events held at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and at Weill Cornell Medicine March 17, students, faculty and staff paid tribute to Cornell's late preside, Elizabeth Garrett.

A memorial gathering for President Elizabeth Garrett will be held Thursday, March 17, at 3 p.m. in Bailey Hall. The event will be live streamed on the newly launched In Memoriam website.

Holding candles flickering in the twilight of March 8, hundreds of students gathered on Ho Plaza to honor Cornell's 13th president, Elizabeth Garrett, who died of colon cancer March 6.

On March 8, Dr. Laurie Glimcher, dean of Weill Cornell Medicine, announced the launch of the President Elizabeth Garrett Fund for Colon Cancer Research.

Cornellians and colleagues on campus and from across the country reflected on the passing of President Elizabeth Garrett, who died March 6 after a battle with colon cancer.