Cornell design and environmental analysis students, working with architects and college administrators, conceived and built two new classrooms for the digital age in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall.
College of Human Ecology students tied dozens of red ribbons on trees lining East Avenue, Tower Road and the Arts Quad, signaling the start of this weekend’s sesquicentennial celebration.
The Math Explorer's Club brings opportunities to learn new math techniques and apply them to a real-life situations to local middle and high school kids.
Despite stubborn temperatures still in the low 30s, Cornell Dairy’s official sesquicentennial ice cream, “Sweet CORNell,” debuted Friday morning at the Dairy Bar.
Weill Cornell Medical College researchers have found an epigenome in cancer cells that may lead to treatment for recurrences after treatment in certain lymphomas.
University of Michigan professor Scott E. Page cited several real-world examples of diverse groups achieving more than homogenous groups in a campus lecture April 22.
Wee Stinky’s sibling, one of the original four titan arums in Cornell’s collection since 2002, now is pushing its flower up from beneath the soil and is expected to bloom in June.
Weill Cornell Medical College is launching a video series highlighting its culture of mentorship, an essential ingredient of excellent health care, research and education.
The charter of Cornell University includes a remarkable statement: And persons of every religious denomination, or of no religious denomination, shall be equally eligible to all offices and appointments.
Studying everything from potential medicine to the aromatic properties of popular beverages, about 120 undergraduates put project posters on display April 22 at the 30th Annual Spring Research Forum.