Max Spivak ’07, MBA ’14, MILR ’15, and his wife Kate Spivak have launched a company, Laally, to manufacture and sell Kate’s invention, a breastfeeding supplementation device called the Bridge.
Travelers to Reunion were introduced to the origins and evolution of travel photography in a talk June 6 by Andrew Moisey, assistant professor of the history of art and visual studies.
Panelists discussed journalism and how news is consumed in “International Politics and the Fourth Estate: The Role of the Media in Social and Political Movements Worldwide,” a Cornell Reunion event.
At Reunion 2019, more than 300 Cornell Glee Club voices stood on the Bailey Hall stage to sing the iconic “Ave Maria” by Franz Biebl.
Retired adjunct associate professor Daina Taimina’s presentation during Reunion weekend introduced the release of the second edition of her book, “Crocheting Adventures With Hyperbolic Planes.”
A towering new sculpture welcomes visitors to the Cornell Botanic Gardens: “Double Allium,” crafted of metal and glass, stands 12 feet tall and sits along the walkway to the Nevin Welcome Center.
More than 8,000 alumni, family members and friends enjoyed Cornell’s gorgeous Ithaca campus during four cloudless days of Reunion 2019, June 6-9.
President Martha E. Pollack queried three young Cornellians – two recent graduates and one rising senior – on their most interesting and challenging Cornell experiences during Reunion 2019.
Partisanship and extremism are fraying our political system and tarnishing the United States’ reputation around the world, former national security adviser Stephen J. Hadley ’69 told alumni at the Olin Lecture June 7 in Bailey Hall.