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
Much has been said about the rising cost of college—and how student debt loads are threatening to financially hobble graduates for decades to come. But as a Cornell economist and his student write, there’s another debt crisis: that of colleges and universities themselves, which are increasingly relying on borrowed money to finance ever-more-ambitious campus facilities.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54 has emerged as the leader of the Supreme Court’s liberal wing—having voted in favor of such issues as affirmative action, marriage equality, campaign finance limits, gun control, and abortion rights.
Austin Wadsworth '59, BS '61 & Meg Feury Ragland '94
In addition to watching Cornell demolish Bucknell 45-13, alumni at Homecoming 2013 enjoyed festivities that included (clockwise from top) the dedication of the new Big Red Bands facility, Ferris wheel rides, and grape-stomping
David Archer ’05 opens his head coaching career with a win
From the old Sage Infirmary halfway down the State Street hill to the current Gannett Health Services on Ho Plaza, student health care at Cornell has come a long way—not only in terms of proximity to the center of the campus, but in the complexity and scope of what we seek to do. There have […]