This spring a $345,000 renovation project will begin to completely revamp a Cornell College soccer practice field, transforming it into Cornell’s new competition field.
Cornell’s Steel Drum Ensembles will heat up the King Chapel stage with a pre-tour concert on Friday, Jan. 26, at 7:30 p.m.
In their second major gift to Cornell College, Ralph “Chris” Christoffersen ’59 and Barbara Christoffersen have committed $250,o00 to the Science Facilities Project to ensure that Cornell has state-of-the-art science facilities within the liberal arts framework.
Nina Kahn ’18 and Professor Barbara Christie-Pope examine cells that degenerate in the midbrain resulting in Parkinson’s disease.
Professor Genevieve Migely and Noah Stern ’18 studied women philosophers to ensure they’re not left out of the Modern Period of philosophical thought.
Jim McWethy ’65, the namesake of Cornell College’s McWethy Hall, has once again stepped forward to make campus facilities state-of-the-art—this time with a major commitment of $365,000 for the Science Facilities Project.
The beginning of the second semester will kick off with a Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Week.
Technology is everywhere in our world, and now Cornell College students are exploring where it belongs in the world of art.