Humanities students present diverse research projects

From philosophy to music to archaeology to Africana studies, humanities scholars presented their senior projects at the A.D. White House.

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Harrison College Scholars tackle interdisciplinary research projects

This year’s graduating class of Robert S. Harrison College Scholars presented their final theses during a daylong event May 7 in Goldwin Smith Hall.

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A new approach to student conduct at Cornell

Ten months into its inaugural year, the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards team has taken significant steps toward revitalizing the approach to student conduct at Cornell and distinguishing itself from its predecessor, the Office of the Judicial Administrator.

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With $400, students turn ideas into impact

The Contribution Project’s Student Showcase on May 5 recognized nearly 100 undergraduates who each came up with an idea to change the world – with only a $400 budget. 

Future of work examined by ILR-based Digital Economy and Labor club

As an ILR School student, Zuhair Imaduddin ’23 sees the crucial intersection between technology and labor. 

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Students honored for local community impact

Four students have received the 2022 Cornell Campus-Community Leadership Award, an annual honor given by the Division of University Relations to graduating seniors who have shown exceptional town-gown leadership and innovation.

Dance Collective show champions veterinary community creativity

The Cornell Veterinary Dance Collective Spring 2022 Showcase, aptly named “The Revival,” marked the group’s first return since the coronavirus pandemic stoppered such performances two years ago.

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First Black fraternity to build monument at its birthplace

The founding chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha will celebrate the acquisition of two properties in Ithaca – its birthplace and its first physical chapter house – during events from May 13-15.

Maribel Garcia Awardee increases connection through student stories

Izabelle Kwan ’24 founded Big Red Heads Magazine to help increase inclusion and connection on Cornell’s campus. The project earned Kwan the 2022 Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award.

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