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Ph.D. development sociology graduates of the 1960s and 70s discussed their work at a department reunion on campus July 11-13.

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To be successful, Cornell students must take advantage of the cultural diversity of the campus to learn to communicate across barriers, Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick '09 told a Reunion weekend audience.

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The growth of Cornell Tech over the next few years will be exciting to watch and in many ways similar to what we see on the Ithaca campus, but with a novel approach, a Reunion audience was told June 7.

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The Reunion 2014 panel featured Fredrik Logevall, Odette Lienau, Jonathan Kirshner.

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The tide of history transforms even the worst behaved women into heroines, argued history professor Durba Ghosh at a Reunion 2014 talk.

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A panel of experts discussed genetically engineered crops and the future of food during Reunion 2014 for alumni.

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Anthropologist Adam T. Smith told alumni during Reunion that the Bronze Age civilizations offer unusual perspectives on the current conflict in Ukraine.

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Citing its people, natural and built environment and opportunities that make Cornell memorable, President David Skorton called upon Reunion participants to tackle the world's difficult challenges in his State of the University Address, June 7.

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The Cornell University Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association held its first-ever reunion in conjunction with Cornell’s Reunion Weekend 2014, celebrating its 35th anniversary and bringing together an incredibly diverse membership.