New York Minute: every other year, the Sy Katz ’31 parade sends Cornellians marching down Fifth Avenue.
Alumni revisit their campus homes—and meet the students living there.
Alums head the two major organizers of extreme obstacle course events—not that odd a coincidence, since Cornellians tend to be a fit bunch after four years of trudging up Libe Slope.
Professor Mary Beth Norton’s TV tales of the Salem trials leave celebrities spellbound.
Legal scholar Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw ’81 aims to ensure that women aren’t left out of social movements like Black Lives Matter.
Student group trains theatrical combatants, from swashbucklers to Jedi knights.
The Smithsonian’s Joanna Marsh ’99 brings contemporary art to the masses.
Elizabeth Blau, MPH ’14, mentors aspiring restaurateurs, on TV and beyond.
An L.A. architect designs and co-hosts a pop-up restaurant and culinary school.
CALS professor Gavin Sacks, PhD ’05, explores the chemistry behind the flavor.