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CCSS annual lecture
  • In a sign of the times, the Hotel school’s capstone course in restaurant management embraces takeout

  • The Hill is home to one of the world’s leading labs devoted to using tree growth patterns to study ancient history—and much more

  • A communication course offers a taste of normalcy in a COVID-changed semester: live lectures in an iconic campus building

  • Family estrangements are surprisingly common. Gerontologist Karl Pillemer wanted to understand why—and how to fix them

  • As the hospitality industry struggles in the midst of pandemic restrictions, Ithaca’s restaurants—along with the Farmers Market, local wineries, and more—have had to get creative

  • Obsessed with Lego from childhood, Mike Psiaki ’09 is a designer for the iconic toy company­—which is seeing a COVID-driven popularity boom

  • Two government professors explore the epidemic of COVID misinformation

  • A transgender writer and activist contemplates her complex identity

  • For many Americans, the NIH’s Anthony Fauci, MD ’66, has become the pandemic’s most trusted voice

  • Hydraulics research has a venerable history on the Hill—and now it’s helping to save the planet

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