Mike Kennedy ’01 & Amy Lewis ’08.
Robin and I first met Jim Roberts ’71 four days after my appointment as Cornell’s twelfth president, when he flew to Iowa City to interview us for an article that appeared in the March/April 2006 issue of Cornell Alumni Magazine. Jim asked all the right questions—about our impressions of the University and my goals as […]
Collegetown’s PopShop is a hub for student entrepreneurs.
Development of Roosevelt Island Begins
Austin Wadsworth ’59, BS ’61 & Meg Feury Ragland ’94
It may be hard for modern suburbanites to believe that white-tailed deer were once so rare, their sightings merited newspaper headlines. These days, with developments encroaching into what were once woodlands, humans and deer come into constant conflict—leading to car accidents, enraged gardeners, and bitter disputes over how to deal with the ubiquitous herbivores.
As the saying goes: “It’s only common sense.” But for Duncan Watts, PhD ’97, common sense isn’t a dependable source of folksy wisdom—in fact, it can be reductive and even dangerous.
Jeff Kohnstamm '84 & Vincent Kitirattragarn '06, ME '07
Cornell’s new, state-of-the-art Teaching Dairy Barn isn’t just a temple to “cow comfort”—it’s an elegantly designed facility that made the cover of the July issue of Architectural Record. photograph by barry halkin
The Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome 12 new members during its annual induction ceremony in September, raising its ranks to 555. The Class of 2013 consists of Sarah Averson ’03, women’s lacrosse; Michael Halperin ’01, men’s tennis; Katy Jay ’03, women’s track and field; Ryan McClay ’03, men’s lacrosse; Mike McGrann ’88, football; […]