Camden Grundeman ’19 and Marin Dettweiler ’19 presented their research results on the declining Midwest monarch butterfly population at the 2017 International Congress for Conservation Biology in Cartagena, Colombia at the end of July.
The Cornell College Department of Theatre and Dance is holding auditions for “The Rocky Horror Show,” and they will be open to anyone in eastern Iowa.
Talitha McGuire ’19 has earned a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State, and she’s headed to Madagascar for the fall semester.
Jack Majerus ’19 and Professor Tori Barnes-Brus are working to understand how 13 criminal trials from the early 20th century constructed the narratives of midwives and women who have received abortions.
Richard and Norma Small Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the Center for Literary Arts Katy Stavreva has published a major collection of articles on Bulgarian Shakespeares.
What started as a poem has transformed into a stage play, “Conjure: A Cycle in Three Parts,” which will come to life on stage for the first time in August.