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Annie Hettinger ‘11 won the women’s downhill (giant slalom) at the NASTAR nationals in Aspen, Colo., in March. NASTAR (NAtional STAndard Race) was developed by SKI Magazine to allow recreational racers to compete and compare their scores to those of friends and family members regardless of when and where they race.

Although they had met only once, Jonathan Stirn ’13 (left) and Avi Kolel ’09, both members of Zeta Tau Psi, reunited in the Negev Desert in Israel during Block 8. Stirn and Taylor Tvede ’13 were there as part of a biology class and contacted Kolel, who took a weekend to see them, and then hosted them in his Tel Aviv home after the course ended.

Although they had met only once, Jonathan Stirn ’13 (left) and Avi Kolel ’09, both members of Zeta Tau Psi, reunited in the Negev Desert in Israel during Block 8. Stirn and Taylor Tvede ’13 were there as part of a biology class and contacted Kolel, who took a weekend to see them, and then hosted them in his Tel Aviv home after the course ended.

 

Ashley Meyer Jacobi ’06, Tiffin, Iowa, is a scientist at Integrated DNA Technologies, and husband, Chris, is a chiropractor at Jacobi Chiropractic. The couple welcomed their first child, Carter, in July 2012.

 

 

Olivia Cotton ’13 delivers her Student Symposium presentation 
“Unlacing the Corset: A Look into the History and Construction of Fashion’s Most Contentious Garment.” She graduated several weeks 
later with a major in mathematics and a minor in biology.
(Credit: Mehrdad Zarifkar ’09)

Symposium stories

Every year in April dozens of students present their scholarly work, sharing their research, performances, and insights.

The Hilltop has beckoned alumni for 100 years of Homecomings. This scene is from 1934.

Homecoming turns 100

Since 1913 Cornellians have returned to the Hilltop for Homecoming, rekindling deep, lasting friendships, and making new connections.