A record number of Cornell College students, more than 120 in all, will spend a week performing community service during the college’s spring break as part of the Alternative Spring Break program.
Cornell College Mock Trial squads won two bids to the opening round championship series, continuing the team’s strong performance this year.
Thanks in part to a $20,000 Boren Scholarship, Erinn Voas is spending her junior year studying Arabic at the University of Jordan.
Jarod Armenta ’15 has been awarded a research grant from the Beta Beta Beta Research Foundation and will present his findings at a future TriBeta convention.
The Cornell College Office of Off-Campus Study has announced the winners of its fourth off-campus study photo contest. Photos submitted were taken at places ranging from Guatemala to Turkey and from Belize to Italy.
Cornell’s volleyball team earned their third straight Midwest Conference Tournament title with a victory over third-seeded St. Norbert. The team earned a berth in the NCAA tournament starting later this week.
Seniors Léonie de Jonge and Amanda Engel were among very few undergraduates who presented at the Midwest Writing Center Association Conference in October. Their presentation looked at Cornell’s use of the writing center to provide help with foreign language writing assignments.
A paper Inga Jaeger ’13 wrote for an advanced critical writing course has been accepted for publication by The Dialectics: Journal of Leadership, Politics, and Society, a journal dedicated to publishing high-quality undergraduate work.
More than 300 students will work at 21 sites around the region as part of Cornell College’s 19th annual Service Day— part of the college’s New Student Orientation program.
Cornell College is one of six schools partnering with the University of Iowa to give undergraduates a chance to do biomedical research.