Cornell College’s Beta Psi Eta is conducting a fundraiser to help pay off student lunch bills for the kids of the Marion Independent School District.
Cornell College’s 2017-18 Music Mondays series opens on Nov. 6 with a genre-bending combination of classical and world music by duoJalal. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in King Chapel and is open and free to the public.
Craig Vickstrom, class of 1992, you arrived on the Hilltop from the community of Burlington, Iowa. Throughout your career you have supported communities both near and far.
Michael Bellito, class of 1972, you came to Cornell College by the encouragement of your college counselor, Floyd Hillman, class of 1947. In turn, you have inspired another generation of Cornellians to consider what you call “The Great Cornell.”
Brittany Atchison Horn, class of 2010, you took advantage of every extraordinary opportunity you could throughout your four years on the Hilltop.
Steve Anderson ’75, a former member of the Cornell Board of Trustees and President and CEO of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS), was named by Mass Market Retailers magazine as one of the nation’s 50 Most Influential Mass Market Retailing Executives.
Director of Employer Relations & Career Coaching Jason Napoli was recently interviewed for an article by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) about the importance of international experiences for students.
In fall 2017 Cornell College’s Center for the Literary Arts is hosting authors Dilman Dila, Esther Dischereit, and Rebecca Entel; Essayist Kisha Lewellyn Schlegel; poet D.A. Powell; and the one-act play “Elizabeth I—In Her Own Words.”