Aquadocs: Vet student puts passion into podcast

Michelle Greenfield, a third-year veterinary student, has leveraged her passion for marine life into Aquadocs, the only aquatic veterinary podcast as well as a top 50 life sciences podcast on iTunes.

Student innovation shines in Animal Health Hackathon

Students honed their business acumen for helping all creatures great and small at the Animal Health Hackathon, held virtually Feb. 4-6.

Two Cornellians will compete in ‘Jeopardy!’ Feb. 8

Andrés Quijano ’22 will compete at 7:30 p.m. on “Jeopardy!” and Catherine Zhang ’22 will compete at 8 p.m. on the “Jeopardy!” National College Championship, on ABC and Hulu.

Chen ’23 helps U.S. to silver in team figure skating

Bolstered by a fourth-place finish from Karen Chen ’23 in the individual free skate, the U.S. figure skating team took the silver medal in the team competition Monday at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

Freedom seekers speak on Underground Railroad website

The stories of fictional freedom seekers ring out on the new “Voices on the Underground Railroad” website, a collaborative effort between Cornell students and community members.

Infection rate low among returning students

Students are returning to Ithaca for the spring semester with significantly fewer COVID-19 infections than university models projected, an encouraging development that keeps in-person instruction on track to resume as planned on Feb. 7.

Cornell Votes hails 2020 rise in student voter turnout

Throughout the fall 2020 semester, students in Cornell Votes registered hundreds of voters at weekly workshops hosted in partnership with the Cornell Democrats, Cornell Political Union and Cornell Republicans.

A Collegetown mural memorializes loved ones lost to illness

Yerkezhan Abuova ’23 memorialized her grandmothers in a Collegetown mural, painting them surrounded by animals, tulips and waterlilies. She hopes it will comfort viewers who grieve.

Students engage with Black ‘memory workers’ in NYC

An interdisciplinary seminar in the fall semester took students from Ithaca to New York City to explore African American heritage sites and the people whose work keeps this history alive.