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
Letters to the editor
Physician Kathryn Ackerman ’94 has long attended the Boston Marathon, often volunteering in the medical tent near the finish line. That’s where she was last Patriot’s Day when two bombs went off.
Photographer David Brown ’83 was working at the Johnson Museum when he came across a collection of undersea creatures made entirely of glass. As he soon learned, they were a century and a half old, made by German master glassmakers and acquired by A. D. White as teaching specimens.
America has gone mad for MOOCs—the “massive open online courses” that promise to bring higher education to all, regardless of finances or geography. This spring, Cornell announced that it was jumping into the MOOC movement, joining a nonprofit founded by Harvard and MIT to create four initial courses.
Mostly gray, drizzling skies couldn't dampen the Big Red spirit at Reunion 2013, which brought thousands of Cornellians and guests to the Hill for several days of revelry. Top row (left to right): Lounging on the Slope during a sunny moment; testing out the climbing wall; a future Cornellian shows his colors. Second row: Fun […]