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Vincent Rogers ’49


Body Language

The 2013–14 academic year marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of Cornell’s Human Sexuality Collection. While the archive ruffled some feathers when it was founded, it now boasts some 10,000 volumes and other materials used by scholars from all over the world.     Read more...


What a Weekend (2 comments)

Reunion 2014 set attendance records, as Cornellians flocked to the Hill for the traditional festivities and a few new ones. Five members of the Class of ’39 marked their 75th—a milestone that this year’s graduates will hit in 2089—and LGBT…     Read more...


Time Served (1 comments)

Every Friday night, theatre professor Bruce Levitt and a few colleagues make the forty-five-minute drive north to Auburn Correctional Facility. There, inside the walls of a maximum security prison, they work with members of the Phoenix Players Theatre Group (PPTG).     Read more...

July / August 2014
Volume 117 Number 1
CurrentsCurtain's Up
Meet Sam Gold '00, one of the theatre world's hottest directors

 CAPE'd Crusaders
Faculty group keeps emeriti in the loop

 Meat and Greet
Chef Jeffrey Weiss '10 is spreading the word about Spanish charcuteria

 Weed Whackers
Researchers battle hydrilla, leafy invader of Cayuga's waters

 Art from Science
Particle accelerator gives a new view of the natural world

 Start Me Up
Collegetown's PopShop is a hub for student entrepreneurs

From David SkortonA Tribute to Jim Roberts (2 comments)

The Big PictureTime Marches On

CorrespondenceCharting a New Course
How a courageous example changed a life

Letter From IthacaField of Dreams
For undergrads, searching for the perfect internship can feel like a full-time job

From The HillFor the Class of 2014, a Sunny Send-Off
Roman Mystery Tapped for Student Reading Project; Johnson School Launches Bilingual MBA in China; Leaders in Undergraduate Enrollment Appointed; Lab of Ornithology Receives New Sculpture by Maya Lin; Semester Abroad Options Now Include Cuba; Five New Members Join Board of Trustees; Hazing Charges Lifted Against Theta Delta Chi

SportsRow, row their boats

AuthorsSlapstick Tragedy
O, Africa! by Andrew Lewis Conn '95 (Hogarth)

Alma MattersTraining Days
Conferences and Webinars Support an Army of Volunteers

Alumni ProfilesJuly / August 2014
Keith Camhi '88 and Jessica Rolph '97, MBA '04

LegaciesLegacies 2014

Class NotesJuly / August 2014 Class Notes

Alumni DeathsJuly / August 2014 Obituaries

CornellianaRenaissance Man (1 comment)
Celebrating Hu Shih 1914, who oversaw radical changes in Chinese language

Special Sections and AdvertisingJuly / August 2014 Advertisements

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Cornellians in Business & Classifieds
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