Cornell Perspectives, Through the Generations. The first in a two-part series.
Training Days: Conferences and Webinars Support an Army of Volunteers.
Alumni Association Awards Second Annual CAA Cup.
Big Brother is watching you. And by “brother,” I mean “mother”—if your parents are on social media, like mine are. We Millennials have given up on Facebook being our exclusive domain, since our parents now use the social media site as much as we do. Parents also love Instagram—but that’s okay with me, because most […]
At CALC, Celebrating All Things Cornell
Three Rhodes Award Recipients Share ‘Why I Volunteer’
Walking past my roommates flopped over the living room couches, coming up for air between high-pitched bursts of laughter, I stopped to identify the source of their hysteria. Holding court from the table, one of them was reading aloud headlines from CU Nooz, Cornell’s latest online “news source.” By following in the footsteps of satirical […]
“I’m off the grid!” I remind my friends whenever they ask me to search for a picture or RSVP to an event on Facebook. Two years ago I deactivated my Facebook account—and the greatest challenge has not been resisting a desire to rejoin the social network but constantly telling my friends that I won’t go […]
Hailing from a quiet cul-de-sac on the North Shore of Oahu, I thought that my move from Hawaii to Upstate New York would be a complete inversion of the only life I knew. I was surprised, however, to find myself seamlessly adjusting to Ithaca, once I was equipped with a set of North Face jackets […]
Rome, CACO, Dues and Thailand