• Cornelliana with Corey Earle '07: The Founders

    Cornell's odd-couple founders, plus exclusive interview with today's Ezra.

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  • 150 words: Ed Pettitt '05

    To answer future generations, Ed Pettitt takes action against HIV/AIDS.

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  • Big Red footprints: Asia

    Let's trace Cornell's many vital connections in the region.

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  • Serving her country by flying

    Dawn Seymour '39 took to the skies as a pilot during World War II.

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  • 150 words: Joy Kuebler '97

    Designs by Joy Kuebler ’97 are changing the face of Buffalo, New York.

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  • Encounters: Washington, D.C.

    Cornellians in Washington, D.C., shared their thoughts on two questions.

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  • Cornell Touches Down in D.C.

    Cornellians came together to celebrate Cornell's 150th in the capital.

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  • Two alumni win Nobel Prize

    Cornell alumni share the Nobel Prize in chemistry.

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  • 2014 State of the University Address

    President Skorton speaks during Cornell's Trustee-Council Annual Meeting.


Cornell University Sesquicentennial

For 150 years, Cornellians have taken on the world's issues as their direct challenges. The results improve the ways we live.

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