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  • Founding Principles: More than 150 years later, A.D. White’s vision still resonates

  • A century after New York ratified the Nineteenth Amendment, a new book recalls the Cornellians who fought for women’s suffrage

  • New releases by alumni and faculty

  • The Council on Foreign Relations’ Adam Segal ’90, PhD ’00, is an expert on wars waged in the digital realm

  • Nicole Smart, MPS ’15, is the first-ever diversity director for the Actors’ Equity theatrical union

  • Vice Provost keeps Cornell’s engagement mission vibrant and relevant

  • A list of deaths reported to us since the previous issue

  • Three young alums oversee a multimedia empire—unapologetically cheeky and occasionally profane—aimed at millennial women

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