More than 100 students, or about 10 percent of the Cornell College student body, will be going on service trips in March as part of the college’s 11th annual Alternative Spring Break.
In the chemistry course Real Life CSI, Professor Craig Teague offers students a chance to explore the real-world practice of forensic science and compare it to the Hollywood version.
Cornell College is open during the week of spring break, but some offices will have abbreviated hours.
A second Cornell College mock trial squad has earned a bid to the Opening Round Championship Series, which will be held in March.
The Cornell College theatre department’s production of “Machinal,” considered on of the greatest examples of Expressionist theatre, runs Feb. 20, 21, 27, and 28 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. in Kimmel Theatre.
Todd Knoop, an economics and business professor at Cornell College, has written his fourth textbook, “Business Cycle Economics: Understanding Recessions and Depressions from Boom to Bust.”
Quink, a remarkable group of four Dutch singers with expressive a cappella programs of a varied repertoire, will perform the year’s final Music Monday concert at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 23, in King Chapel.
The Cornell College Chaplain & Spiritual Life Office will host a performance of Joe Jennison’s one-man show “Jesus in the Confessional” on Feb. 25, at 3:30 p.m. in Allee Chapel. The 20-minute piece chronicles Jennison’s return to the Catholic Church after more than 30 years away.
Best-selling novelist Lauren Groff will give a reading at the Van Etten-Lacey House at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 19.
Lydia Meece, a senior at Cornell College, took part in an internship in Peru with two organizations dedicated to clowning and public health.
David Yamaguchi co-authored a paper published in the journal Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences after a summer Cornell Fellowship at the University of Iowa’s department of biochemistry.