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  • Cornell names hospitality research director
    Cornell names hospitality research director
    Michael C. Sturman has been named director of the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration in Ithaca. He will oversee a reorganization of the school's centers and institutes to better serve both...
  • Earth permanently deformed: Chilean earthquakes crack crust
    Earth permanently deformed: Chilean earthquakes crack crust
    It was reported on April 29, 2013, that a Cornell geologist found magnitude 7 or higher earthquakes actually cracked the Earth's crust in Chile. According to United Press International (UPI), the upper plate of the Earth's crust cracked...
  • Cornell's Kyle Dake, Penn State's David Taylor
    Dake vs. Taylor 165 lb. title bout most anticipated match of 2013 NCAA finals
    It's the match that college fans have been dreaming of all season long, as Cornell's Kyle Dake faces off against Penn State's David Taylor for the 165-pound title at the 2013 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Wells Fargo Arena...
  • Niveen Rasheed
    Princeton sets Ivy League record for most consecutive victories
    The Princeton women’s basketball team set an Ivy League record for consecutive league wins with a 59-34 victory over Cornell on Feb. 23.The Tigers earned their 33rd consecutive victory over an Ivy League opponent with a solid defensive...
  • World Birding Center Roma
    Greetings From Roma, Texas
    I am down in Roma, Texas and I wanted to share where I am with y'all. I am volunteering at the Roma Bluffs World Birding Center that is one of the nine Centers strung out like a necklace along the Rio Grande corridor, a focal point in both...
  • JHONATHAN PIERRE CORNELL CAUSES A FABULOUS FASHIONABLE FOTOGRAPHER TO TALENT FEVER
    JHONATHAN PIERRE CORNELL CAUSES A FABULOUS FASHIONABLE FOTOGRAPHER TO TALENT FEV
    On Sunday October 7th 2012, Fabulous Faces Foto Shoot was held at 6 E 39th St on the second (2nd) fl. This event is hosted by B. Ortiz, of House in Virgina (a book author of the Tionna Smalls book writing circuit). It is open to the public for...
  • Treham Park outside Ithaca, New York
    Ithaca and Cooperstown
    Upstate New York is home to rolling hills and buccolic small towns. Corn fields are everywhere, and roadside stands offer vegetables for sale on the ‘honor’ system (you take what you want and leave money in a can).This area is also...
  • Wine Analytical Lab re-launches in Geneva
    Wine Analytical Lab re-launches in Geneva
    GENEVA, NY -- The New York State Wine Analytical Laboratory has re-launched with new equipment and broader capabilities.The facility, located in the Department of Food Science at Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station here,...
  • Cornell
    Ivy League 101: Cornell Athletics
    Cornell competes in the Ivy League, a Division I athletic conference. Cornell has 36 DI men’s and women’s sports. Since 2000, the Big Red has won 41 Ivy League championships and 10 national titles.Men’s SportsBaseball Basketball...
  • Cornell
    Ivy League 101: Applying to Cornell
    Want to apply to Cornell? Here are some important things to know:What is Cornell’s acceptance rate?For the Class of 2014, Cornell received a total of 36,338 applications. They admitted 6,673 students, and 3,229 enrolled.Should I take...
  • Packed house at Bailey Hall, taken by Keith on stage
    Welcome the Orwellian Cornellian
    So, George Orwell believed that there existedideas and situations that were destructive to a free society. Propaganda, lies, and fear-mongering all play a part, along with revising history to supportfaulty logic for the purposeof supporting one&...
  • working at the rink
    Q&A with....ME!
    Ok folks, I had you answer my questions to you and now it's time to answer them myself. I'd like to thank those people that took the time to answer my questions. Thanks for playin'! Now I am gonna chime in and give answers to my own...