Student films document Cornell’s LGBTQ history

Students in an Introduction to LGBTQ Studies class this semester brought key events in Cornell’s history to light through short documentaries.

Merrill Scholars honor their mentors

Each spring the Merrill scholars are asked to recognize the high school teacher who impacted their early education and the Cornell faculty or staff member who contributed most significantly to their college experience.

Undergrads launch peer-reviewed journal

The Cornell Undergraduate Research Journal, a biannual digital and print publication, received 20 submissions for its inaugural issue. From those, the editorial board selected nine articles featuring a wide range of topics. 

Men’s lacrosse set to face Rutgers in NCAA semifinals

Seventh-seeded Cornell will meet sixth-seeded Rutgers on May 28 in the NCAA Division I men's lacrosse national semifinals. Gametime is noon in East Hartford, Connecticut; the winner advances to the national championship game, May 30.

Community Work Study Program Student Employee Awards

Joy Davis ’22 and Grace Choi ’22 were named Community Work Study Program Student Employees of the Year for their leadership, professionalism and teamwork in jobs that help improve the lives of community residents.

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First class of Milstein students heads toward graduation

Twenty seniors in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity will graduate this year with degrees in everything from biology to linguistics to computer science to physics.

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Instrument-building festival challenges, inspires

The FutureSounds Festival extended the existing sound world with presentations by guest builders and performers and newly designed instruments and compositions by Cornell students.

Wu encourages grads to embrace their stories

Actress, producer and writer Constance Wu displayed plenty of wisdom – and irreverent humor – in her keynote address at the 2022 Convocation.

Cornell celebrates bumper crop of Fulbright students

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program, administered at Cornell by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, allows recipients to define and carry out their own research projects in host countries.