Justin Peters ’03 is a veteran Chicago Cubs beer slinger—and a serious journalist, an improv comic, and more
Forty years later, a legendary Dead concert in Barton Hall still rocks—and Cornell University Press has the book to prove it
Meet erstwhile presidential candidate Parley Christensen, LLB 1897.
From Robert Trent Jones onward, Cornell has trained a cadre of top golf architects—including the designer of the 2016 Olympic venue.
Rob Manfred ’80—once a wide-eyed Little Leaguer who worshipped Mickey Mantle—is commissioner of Major League Baseball.
Two decades after CAM first published it, we revisit ‘161 Things Every Cornell Student Should Do.’
In a (somewhat) systematic survey, we rank the finest athletes in University history.
Chef Jeffrey Weiss ’10 is spreading the word about Spanish charcuteria.
In an excerpt from the new memoir My Mantelpiece, the late Carolyn Goodman ’36—whose son Andy was one of the three civil rights workers murdered fifty years ago this summer—recalls living through a parent’s worst nightmare
As controversy over China promises another politically charged Olympics, sociologist Harry Edwards, PhD ’73, recalls how he tried to turn the 1968 Games into a referendum on racism—and inspired one of the most famous moments in sports history