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  • The only one of its kind in the Ivy League, Cornell’s cadre of marching musicians is a beloved Big Red tradition

  • With wide smiles and precision planning, Orientation staffers and student volunteers make incoming Cornellians feel right at home

  • Green Thumb: Cornell University Press showcases the prose of plant science pioneer Liberty Hyde Bailey

  • Stepping It Up: ‘Stewards’ help make Ithaca’s gorges safer for all

  • Fine Print: America’s oldest university press turns 150

  • Star Turn: Rediscovered on Betacam, a ‘lost’ lecture by Carl Sagan still resonates

  • One hundred years after Willard Straight 1901 died in World War I, his legacy lives on in the iconic building that bears his name

  • Gorging Ourselves: The brainchild of a Cornellian, Ithaca’s beloved tourism slogan graces T-shirts (and lots of other stuff) far and wide

  • Stepping Stones: More than a handy shortcut, the Baldwin Memorial Stairway honors an alum who perished in World War I

  • A look at the past, present, and future of CU’s iconic Beebe Lake—which, like the University itself, traces its roots to Ezra

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