For more than 75 years, students have made Watermargin a home

Alumni and current members look back at the history of the pioneering co-op, which led the way in creating an interracial, interfaith house as a nondiscriminatory ideal.

Undergrads to debate free speech in the workplace

Is promoting freedom of expression in the workplace a good business practice? This question will be debated at two upcoming events, one in Spanish and one in English, co-hosted by the Cornell Speech and Debate Program, the ILR School and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

Animal health hackathon set for Feb. 2-4

Teams comprised of veterinary, business, engineering and design students will work on solutions to needs in veterinary health care.

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With ‘Cramp Bites,’ student creates remedy to relieve period pain

An undergrad’s Middle Eastern-flavored snacks that aim to minimize menstrual cramps – and that have been tested in a pilot study on campus – are now on sale through her company, Aunt Flo’s Kitchen.

Student grant board funds social justice community projects

Thirteen student-community projects received grants through the Community Partnership Funding Board’s latest round of funding. Their shared goal: to bring social justice to the community.

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Annual Soup & Hope speaker series to kick off Jan. 25

The 17th annual Soup & Hope speaker series returns to Sage Chapel on Jan. 25, featuring six Cornell staff, faculty and student storytellers sharing their experiences of overcoming life’s challenges while attendees enjoy a free meal of soup and bread.

PCCW grant helps support diverse student entrepreneurs

A focus will be introducing the idea of entrepreneurship to students who have never thought about it before.

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Cornell light sail to deploy on International Space Station

A light sail, which uses the momentum of sunlight to travel through space and could one day propel small spacecraft through interstellar realms, is headed to the International Space Station for testing on behalf of Cornell’s Space Systems Design Studio.

Cornell’s ’24-25 Schwarzman Scholars named

Jessica Hong ’20, Henley Schulz ’22 and Andrew Talone ’24 are members of the 2024-25 cohort of Schwarzman Scholars, an international program that nurtures a network of future global leaders.