Students share design savvy at 4-H Fashion Revue

Designs by 4-H youth hit the runway at the 4-H Fashion Revue at the New York State Fair, with Cornell students and faculty inspiring the young fashion designers with feedback and discussions about design thinking and innovation.

NYT columnist to be featured at Kops Lecture

Jamelle Bouie, columnist for the New York Times, will be the featured speaker at the 2023 Daniel W. Kops Freedom of the Press Lecture, Sept. 12 at 5 p.m. in Klarman Hall’s Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium.

From breaking to Beyoncé: Hip Hop Collection empowers students

Cornell's Hip Hop Collection, which includes the archives of some of the most influential pioneers of hip-hop, supports and enriches a passionate community of student scholars and artists.  

Cornell celebrates veterans, earns Purple Heart designation

Cornell honored its military community at the second annual Military/Veterans Reception, celebrating achievements including Cornell’s designation as a Purple Heart University, the only Ivy League institution to receive that recognition.

Community invited to Sept. 6 entrepreneurship kickoff

This year's entrepreneurship kickoff features more than 20 organizations and a pitch competition among student business founders.

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Big Red Buddies support learning in Head Start classrooms

Students in the Big Red Buddies program volunteer their time to assist in classrooms with the Tompkins County Early Head Start and Head Start program, which promotes healthy child development and education for low-income families.

Cornell Cinema’s season showcases cult classics, Disney, greatest films of all time

Students can buy an all-access pass for $25 or $30.

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Global opportunities take center stage at International Fair

Cornell’s world of opportunities is coming to central campus. Students can take a whirlwind tour through the university’s global offerings at this year’s International Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 30, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Uris Hall Terrace.

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ILR students help NYC area organizations, gain experience

Twelve undergraduates, all ILR majors, took part in the first High Roads Fellowship program to take place in New York City. During the nine-week session, the fellows gained work experience assisting organizations in the NYC region.