Students get out the vote, on campus and across the state

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.

Cornell students to work at UN’s COP27 conference in Egypt

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.

Conference features insightful advice, stories from entrepreneurs

The Eclectic Convergence conference included talks from six entrepreneurs, business executives and venture capitalists, as well as a pitch competition.

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eLab companies pitch ideas to NYC audience

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.

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Morrison, Ginsburg to be honored with U.S. postage stamps

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.

Women of Color Athletics supports community, advocacy

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.

Students propose solar solution to Puerto Rico’s electricity woes

Brooks School students in a hands-on infrastructure class have developed a solar power policy proposal to combat Puerto Rico's persistent power outages.

With Okanagan Charter, Cornell to become health-promoting campus

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.

eLab announces record cohort of student startups

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.