Kumail Nanjiani to deliver Convocation address on May 23

Kumail Nanjiani, an actor, comedian, producer and Oscar-nominated screenwriter who’s starred in Marvel Studios’ “Eternals” and in the Hulu mini-series “Welcome to Chippendales,” will give the keynote address at Senior Convocation on May 23.

‘A place at the table’: Exploring free expression through dance

Student-artists will reimagine the Kiplinger Theater in a work titled “This table has been a house in the rain,” through choreography and improvisation, innovative staging and ties to other art forms.

Soup & Hope speaker series inspires with stories of perseverance

Celebrating its 17th year at Cornell, the 2024 Soup & Hope speaker series returned to Sage Chapel with stories of great struggles and great accomplishments.

Cornell Dining works with students to plan themed dinners

Cornell Dining often works with students to plan themed dinners as part of a broader initiative to ensure diverse menu offerings and flavors are available on campus.

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Life as a Cornell entrepreneur: ‘I have people in my corner who inspire me’

CultureCare is a digital platform for BIPOC (Black, indigenous, and people of color) therapists to manage their practice and connect to clients. 

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Two seniors chosen as fellows by Carnegie Endowment

McKenzie Carrier ’24 and Margot Treadwell, ’24 will spend next year conducting research with the organization in Washington, D.C.

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Student input adds flavor, variety to halal, kosher meals

Cornell Dining serves more than 750 kosher and halal meals per week – in addition to regular kosher meals at the Center for Jewish Living and commissary items around campus.

Totality awesome: 400 students travel north for rare eclipse

More than 400 students rode eight charter buses to Rochester, New York, to witness the total solar eclipse. Back on campus, students gathered in locations including Libe Slope, Ho Plaza and the Arts Quad.

BOOM 2024 to bring games, gadgets and more

AI memory aids, post-apocalyptic video games and a stock trading app are among the digital creations that will be on display at Bits On Our Minds, the premier showcase for Cornell student projects in cutting-edge digital technology.