The Engineering college’s Matan Presberg ’18 has juggled his way to multiple world records
New minor tackles the complexities of mass incarceration
Stars Above: North Campus’s Fuertes Observatory Turns 100
The changing face of Collegetown, saving the Atlantic puffin, boosting broccoli, and campus tours.
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Not Just Playing Around: Keith Camhi ’88 and (Baby) Food for Thought: Jessica Rolph ’97, MBA ’04
Field of Dreams: For undergrads, searching for the perfect internship can feel like a full-time job.
Steve Borst ’00 & Karim Abouelnaga ’13
Audrey Hendler ’79 & Rifino Valentine ’93
Over winter break, my girlfriends and I got together for a Mexican feast. But when it came to ordering, it was almost comical. Two of us (including me) are dairy free, two are gluten free, and one is a vegetarian who eats fish if she thinks she needs protein. So five out of seven of […]
I like Cornell. I mean, I really like Cornell. When I see campus tour groups, I want to shout at them all to come here (though I refrain, because that would probably scare them away). My friends back home have called me out for constantly talking about Cornell; my sister has heard so much about […]