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The Good Doctor (5 comments)

This summer, Cornell will bid farewell to its physician-president. In office since July 2006,David Skorton has been a popular and moderate chief executive—a stabilizing force who led the University during some tough times but was never shy (or stuffy) about…     Read more...

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King of the Road

Al Podell ’58 has been around the world and then some. In 2012, the veteran traveler realized a long-held dream to visit every nation on the planet.     Read more...

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Building a Dragon

In a tradition going back more than a century, freshman architects spend a frenzied week creating a mythical beast that’s paraded around campus on Dragon Day.     Read more...

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Tasty Town (1 comments)

Back in 2008, the New York Times called Ithaca a “gastronomic oasis”—and things have only gotten better since.     Read more...

May / June 2015
Volume 117 Number 6
CurrentsLiving Large (1 comment)

For undergrads, a housing smorgasbord


 Play Time

Program schools students in computer game design


 Art for Art's Sake

Slope Studio carves out space for student creativity


 It's Who You Know (1 comment)

Can social network analysis help prevent terrorism?


 Dry Spell

Geoscientist Toby Ault warns that a 'megadrought' may be on the horizon


 Page Maker

Our veteran art director says goodbye


 To Whom It May Concern

Novelist Julie Schumacher, MFA '86, skewers academia with a satirical riff on that professorial bane, letters of recommendation



Wines of New York StateTasting Notes (4 comments)

Once a TA, Cheryl Stanley '00 takes over the Hotel school's venerable Intro to Wines class


 Stanley’s Tips

Handy advice from the wine professor


 Festival Season
If you're visiting the Finger Lakes this summer or fall, check out some of the region's food and beverage events
 

 Bigger & Better

As the Finger Lakes wine industry continues to expand, the wider world is taking notice



From David SkortonA Smooth Transition


CorrespondenceMore Seats at the Table


From The HillChapter House Destroyed in Fire
Giffords to Give Convocation Address; $350 Health Fee Sparks Protests; VP Phlegar to Depart; Lab of O Doc to Air on PBS; Slaughterhouse-Five is Book Pick; Five A. D. White Profs Elected; CU Is 20th in Reputation Poll; Nobelist Recruited to Med School; Classes Offered with University in Congo; New Home for AAP in NYC; Mapping Subway Microbes; An Ithaca-Cambridge Faculty Swap; Verizon Funds Tech Building; 25 Years ago in CAM; Giving Day Raises Nearly $7 Million;

AuthorsAmerica's Original Sin

The Half Has Never Been Told by Edward E. Baptist (Basic)



SportsGood Grappling


Alma MattersLifting the 'Cup'
Annual Award Honors Outstanding Volunteer Program

Class NotesMay / June 2015 Class Notes


Alumni DeathsMay / June 2015 Obituaries (2 comments)


CornellianaThe Fantastic Dr. Fox

Remembering a veterinary legend