Student veteran Roland Molina ’22 continues to serve

As a student at Cornell and president of the Cornell Undergraduate Veterans Association, Roland Molina ’22 has dedicated himself to advocating for student veterans and strengthening the veteran community on campus.

Three students in STEM win 2022 Goldwater Scholarships

A sophomore and a two juniors have won Goldwater Scholarships, the top undergraduate award for students pursuing careers in mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering.

Rare, endangered insects illegally for sale online

A survey has found that endangered and threatened insects and spiders, as well as common species that provide valuable ecological services, can be easily purchased – without adequate oversight – through basic internet searches, according to a new Cornell study.

Students, county agency raise awareness of commercial sexual exploitation of children

Students Against the Sexual Solicitation of Youth (SASSY) and the Tompkins County CSEC Critical Team connected with the local lodging industry to raise awareness about the signs of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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Actress Constance Wu named 2022 Convocation speaker

Acclaimed actress and emerging producer and writer Constance Wu – known for roles in the barrier-breaking film “Crazy Rich Asians” and series “Fresh Off the Boat” – will give the keynote address at Senior Convocation, Wednesday, May 25, at noon in Barton Hall.

Class Notes heads to international a cappella finals

For the first time, Cornell’s oldest all-gender a cappella group will compete in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Finals, as one of the top eight of 450 groups.

Project (outdoor) runway: Spring fashion show returns

In a year of firsts for the Cornell Fashion Collective’s spring 2022 runway show, the biggest might be the setting: This year’s event, on April 30, will be held outside on the Arts Quad, under three large tents to guarantee a rain-or-shine event.

Cheers to an ‘approachable’ Big Red Cranberry Sour beer

Cornell’s fingerprints are all over the tasty Big Red Cranberry Sour ale. It uses a Cornell-bred barley, alum-grown hops, and made by Big Red Brewing students with an alum-owned brewery.

“Startup Cornell” podcast features founder of AfriTrip Advisors Morocco

Ghali Jorio ’22 is the founder of AfriTrip Advisors Morocco, a travel company that offers private and customized trips around Morocco.

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