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.
In 1966, Bruce Dancis ’69 tore up his draft card in front of Olin Hall—an act that would lead to a federal indictment, a conviction for draft card mutilation, and nineteen months in prison.
As veterans have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans have become increasingly aware of the phenomenon of post-traumatic stress disorder. For more than a decade, researchers at the Medical College have been developing new ways to treat PTSD
The papers of famed astronomer Carl Sagan, now open to the public at the Library of Congress, range over topics as majestic as outer space and as mundane as office space.
Audrey Hendler '79 & Rifino Valentine '93
In late January, students and faculty moved into the newly completed Bill and Melinda Gates Hall. Located next to Hoy Field, the $60 million facility is the home of Computing and Information Science.
Ken Dryden ’69 updates his hockey classic—and looks ahead
Weill Cornell Medical College is a very important part of Cornell's footprint in New York City and of the Uni – versity's distinction as one of the world's great research universities. I recently sat down with Laurie Glimcher, MD, provost for medical affairs and the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean, to discuss its progress and […]