For many Upstate New Yorkers, Professor Baker’s ‘Cornell Chicken’ is the taste of summer
After a decades-long career exploring the roots of myriad English terms—from ‘OK’ to ‘hoagie’ to ‘selfie’ and beyond—linguist Allan Metcalf ’61 turns his attention to the humble ‘guy’
After a record-breaking Big Red wrestling career—and a recent world championship win—Kyle Dake ’13 has set his sights on Olympic gold
Routinely whacking the ball upwards of 300 yards, pro golfer Troy Mullins ’09 is a long drive whiz
How baseball analytics guru Brandon Taubman ’07 helped lead the Astros to their first-ever World Series win
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.