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Annie Genrich, Tom Wojcik, Eric Wright, Amanda Bentz, Haley Severance-Burris, Haley Farrand, and                        Angie Hahn in "Pictures at an Exhibition."

“Pictures at an Exhibition” premieres April 24

“Pictures at an Exhibition,” a world-premiere devised theatre production will open April 24 at 7:30 p.m.


Orchestra concert April 24

The Cornell College Orchestra will perform in a concert on Friday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m. in King Chapel.



Documentary filmmaker on campus April 28

Luis Argueta, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, will be at Cornell College on April 28 to present his new documentary, “Abrazos.”


Student Symposium April 25

Students will present their independent research at Cornell College’s 19th annual Student Symposium on April 25 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Thomas Commons.


Elizabeth Evans

Author, alumna recalls writing experience at Cornell College

When author Elizabeth Evans ’74 comes back to campus to talk with students on April 14, she’ll be visiting more than her alma mater, she’ll be visiting the place that helped her realize she could be a professional writer.


5 senior art shows open April 12

Five Cornell College seniors will present their senior thesis art exhibits starting April 12.



4 students involved with professional theatre production

Four Cornell College students—three seniors and one junior—are taking part in the Old Creamery Theatre’s production of “The Matchmaker,” which runs April 30-May 21.


Renata Laxova will give the 2015 Holocaust Survivor Lecture on April 13.

Holocaust Survivor lecture April 13

Renata Laxova will give the annual Holocaust Survivor lecture at Cornell College at 6:30 p.m. on April 13 in Hall-Perrine.


Rhawn Denniston (right), professor of geology at Cornell College, with Dan Cleary ’13, a member of his student research team, examining stalagmites in an Australian cave.

Research links two millennia of cyclones, floods, El Niño

Newly published research by Rhawn Denniston, professor of geology at Cornell College, and his research team, applied a novel technique to stalagmites from the Australian tropics to create a 2,200-year-long record of flood events that might also help predict future climate change.


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Cornell Report looks at first-gen college students and more

In this issue: First-gens Rise Up; First-generation alumni tell their stories; A decade of Dimensions; Endowment honors Allin’s influence; Lacrosse 101; and more


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    Brennen Hicklin ’15 (left) and Rebecca Sullens ’09, associate director of the Berry Center, during Startup Weekend-Cedar Rapids. The pair was on the team that won first prize.
  • Catherine Steward, professor of history
    Erin Davis Portrait
    • Davis interviewed on NPR

      Erin Davis, professor of sociology at Cornell College, was interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition on Monday about the way college students rate male and female professors differently.

  • Tyler Jacobson ’09
    • Alumna wins music award

      Kelly Montijo Fink ’92 won a Native American Music Award for Best Compilation Album at the 15th Annual Native American Music Awards.

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