For the first time, nearly all Cornell students who live on campus will be able to vote on campus in a general election, thanks in part to the advocacy of the student group Cornell Votes.
At the upcoming Conference of the Parties – best known as COP27 – 11 Cornell students will help delegations from small countries gain a stronger environmental voice.
The Eclectic Convergence conference included talks from six entrepreneurs, business executives and venture capitalists, as well as a pitch competition.
The event wasn’t a contest, but rather a chance for the students to share their progress so far and ask audience members for their help.
Two Cornell icons woven into the fabric of American history – Nobel laureate Toni Morrison and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – will be commemorated in 2023 with a U.S. postage stamp.
Female student athletes of color founded Women of Color Athletics to provide a community of women who understand the challenges they face and a channel to voice their concerns.
Brooks School students in a hands-on infrastructure class have developed a solar power policy proposal to combat Puerto Rico's persistent power outages.
On Oct. 26, Cornell administrators will sign the Okanagan Charter, a formal pledge to promote health and well-being across all facets of university life.
A record 28 teams were selected in a competitive process to participate in Cornell’s student startup accelerator, as part of the class of 2022-23.