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Friday, 02 August 2013

Well, it may not keep the doctor away. But it's probably good for you. And Cornell is doing its part to help New York's apple growers by introducing some great new varieties.

The latest are named SnapDragon and RubyFrost. Read more.

 
Cornell's Debt Load Print E-mail
Monday, 08 July 2013

A recent article in Bloomberg BusinessWeek featured Cornell as an example of the debt loads being carried by some universities as they seek to expand in a difficult financial environment.

"A legacy of rapid expansion across academia has left universities overburdened from borrowing," stated reporter Michael McDonald. "Cornell, even with a $5 billion endowment, is saddled with $1.9 billion in debt. With endowment returns unpredictable, tuition revenue flat, and public support retreating, colleges are setting higher bars for fundraising to meet the pressure for growth."

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Thursday, 27 June 2013

Join our Online Reader Panel today. You'll get a chance to share your opinions and provide feedback to the magazine's editorial staff — plus receive exclusive offers and promotions from our advertisers and the Ivy League Magazine Network.

Make a difference —just click this link!

 
Kyle Dake Named College Athlete of the Year Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Cornell wrestler Kyle Dake '13 -- who was saluted in our May/June 2013 issue after winning an unprecedented fourth straight NCAA national championship, each in a different weight class -- has been named the inaugural Sports Illustrated Male College Athlete of the Year.

Read the announcement.

 
A Salute to Dick Levine Print E-mail
Friday, 26 April 2013

On June 30, Richard Levine '62 will step down as chairman of the Cornell Alumni Magazine Committee, the oversight board established by the Cornell Alumni Association to supervise the ongoing operation of CAM. Dick will be ending his second term on the committee, and his total service to CAM has totaled fifteen years. His record of support for the magazine is unparalleled. I will greatly miss his counsel and encouragement, and I have assured (or perhaps warned) him that he should continue to expect to hear from me, as I consider him to be Chairman Emeritus.

Dick has shared his thoughts on working with CAM in a concise and thought-provoking "Farewell Address" published in the current issue. I urge you to read it here.

Jim Roberts '71

Editor & Publisher

 
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