Alumni hear international relations predictions

Cornell faculty offered their forecasts on international relations in Current Events Roundtable: America and the World, a Reunion Weekend event held June 5.

'Doctor in the house' Skorton delivers final address to alumni

Introducing President David J. Skorton June 6 during Reunion before his final State of the University Address, Professor Glenn Altschuler, Ph.D. '76, gave a heartfelt assessment of Skorton's nine years at the university’s helm.

Díaz, Skorton discuss reading, 'life and work' in Olin Lecture

Best-selling writer Junot Diaz, MFA '95, and President David Skorton engaged in a "discussion of life and work" in the 2015 Olin Lecture June 5.

Along with science, Cornellians produce science fiction, too

Over the years, an array of Cornell alumni and faculty have made major contributions to speculative literature.

Two classes, 60 years apart, reflect on Pearl Harbor, 9/11

Members of the Classes of 1945 and 2005 shared their memories of the attacks on Pearl Harbor and the World Trade Center during a June 5 Reunion Weekend panel discussion.

Bridging time, classes pass Cornell experience forward

Seventy years stretch between the Classes of 1940 and 2010, but the decades melted away amid smiles and hugs at the Spirit of ’31: Passing It Forward celebration that kicked off Reunion Weekend 2015 June 4.

Reunion looks to set class, overall attendance records

Reunion 2015, June 4-7, is shaping up to set attendance records from several of the oldest and youngest classes, with events including an Olin Lecture with Junot Diaz, MFA '95.