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Wed Red

Dozens of couples return to the Hill to get married every year, celebrating with Big Red touches large and small—from Chimes serenades to Cornell Dairy ice cream, Pep Band concerts to photos with the Big Red Bear.     Read more...


Par for the Course

Cornell has trained a cadre of top golf architects—including Gil Hanse, MLA ’89, designer of the 2016 Olympic course in Rio.     Read more...


If Rooms Could Talk (4 comments)

Every fall, students move into their rooms—be they in dorms, Greek houses, co-ops, or apartments. When the year ends, they vacate and the cycle begins anew.     Read more...

July / August 2016
Volume 119 Number 1

CurrentsFighting Words (1 comment)

In a dramatic video, ESPN reporter Sarah Spain '02 highlights the online abuse faced by women in sports journalism

 Resistance Movement

The Medical college's Carl Nathan battles the overuse of antibiotics—and champions the development of new ones

 Weekend Warriors

Alums head the two major organizers of extreme obstacle course events—not that odd a coincidence, since Cornellians tend to be a fit bunch after four years of trudging up Libe Slope

 Witching Hour

Professor Mary Beth Norton's TV tales of the Salem trials leave celebrities spellbound

 Gender Gap

Legal scholar Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw '81 aims to ensure that women aren't left out of social movements like Black Lives Matter

 Fight Club

Student group trains theatrical combatants, from swashbucklers to Jedi knights

 On a Roll

Hotelie Abe Ng '95 is Miami's sushi maven

From Hunter R. Rawlings IIIStrengthening the Fabric of Cornell

From The HillAt the 148th Commencement, Grads Are Soggy But Happy

Patriotic Duty ; IMF Director Tapped as Investment Chief ; New Johnson & Vet Deans ; Psi Upsilon House Ordered Vacated ; Sun Trims Print Editions ;

SportsBig Red Highlights: July/August '16

AuthorsNew Releases

New releases from Cornell authors.

Class Notes Stay in the Loop with Class Notes!

Alumni DeathsJuly / August 2016 Obituaries

CornellianaHouse Proud

Akwe:kon, Cornell's Native American residence, marks its first quarter-century

Special Inserts and AdvertisingSpecial Inserts and Advertising
Cornellians in Business & Classifieds

Ezra ExtraEzra Magazine Extra

Laura Spitz on Cornell's Mission of Global Engagement