• Mike Kennedy ’01 & Amy Lewis ’08.

  • The 2013–14 academic year marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of Cornell’s Human Sexuality Collection. While the archive ruffled some feathers when it was founded, it now boasts some 10,000 volumes and other materials used by scholars from all over the world.

  • Reunion 2014 set attendance records, as Cornellians flocked to the Hill for the traditional festivities and a few new ones. Five members of the Class of ’39 marked their 75th—a milestone that this year’s graduates will hit in 2089—and LGBT alumni celebrated their first-ever CUGALA reunion.

  • Every Friday night, theatre professor Bruce Levitt and a few colleagues make the forty-five-minute drive north to Auburn Correctional Facility. There, inside the walls of a maximum security prison, they work with members of the Phoenix Players Theatre Group (PPTG).

  • Keith Camhi '88 and Jessica Rolph '97, MBA '04

  • This year’s Commencement fell on that rarest of Ithaca commodities: a picture-perfect spring day.

  • Sports Shorts BEST IN CREW The men’s lightweight rowing team closed out its 11th undefeated season in dramatic style, as the varsity eight edged Harvard by 0.54 seconds to win its first Intercollegiate Rowing Association title since 2008. It’s the first time Cornell has been the undefeated IRA champion since 1992. Earlier, the Big Red […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • For undergrads, searching for the perfect internship can feel like a full-time job