• Science advocate and TV star Bill Nye ’77 wants to stop climate change, restore respect for scientific literacy—and watch Big Red baseball games online.

  • Alums’ documentary revisits the 1969 Straight takeover.

  • After chronicling the New York subway’s microbial makeup, researchers take their project worldwide.

  • AAP alum is Vice President Biden’s media rep.

  • Valerie Percy ’66, whose long-ago murder remains unsolved, lives on in the memories of her fellow Cornellians.

  • From private homes to skyscrapers, Miami architect Chad Oppenheim ’93, BArch ’94, designs high-end buildings in his home city and around the globe.

  • Cornellians are at the forefront of New York’s hard cider renaissance.

  • In a dramatic video, ESPN reporter Sarah Spain ’02 highlights the online abuse faced by women in sports journalism.

  • The Medical college’s Carl Nathan battles the overuse of antibiotics——and champions the development of new ones.

  • Lindsey Schuh Cortés ’02 heads a D.C. data-crunching firm whose clients include the Clinton campaign.