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.