Cornell College has dedicated the writing studio to Madgetta Thornton Dungy ’64, the first African American female to graduate from Cornell.
During Commencement week and over the summer, some offices will and services will have special or reduced hours.
POETRY FOR MY PUBLIC is Catherine Wagner and Dana Ward! 5 p.m. Friday, May 2 @ the Cornell College Center for the Literary Arts.
Screening of “Mooz-lum” and Discussion with Aaron Hagler, Postdoctoral Fellow in Middle Eastern History. Falafel Bar sponsored by Campus Chaplain. Drinks courtesy of Muslim Students Association of Cornell College
Literary journalist Nathan Schneider discussed the importance of storytelling in our encounter with the world and world-tested advice about how to survive as a young writer on April 25.
Part travelogue, part philosophical meditation, part poetry reading, on April 24, Professor Glenn Freeman recounted his experiences as artist-in-residence at several national parks and wilderness areas. Freeman reflected on the relationship of culture to wilderness, and the role the arts play in wilderness preservation.
Prof. George Kraus from Iowa State University presented on the field of green chemistry.
Keynote Speaker Daisy Hernandez spoke on race, gender, sexuality, and issues affecting young women of color at the Feminist Symposium April 19.
The Career Engagement Center held a workshop April 17 for students to learn what they needed to make an informed decision about whether or not to apply to law schools.
Dr. Pat Tetreault, Director of the LGBTQA Resource Center, University of Nebraska, Lincoln facilitated a workshop on gender April 16. This workshop helped participants explore and discuss attitudes and boundaries that we have learned about gender and sexuality.