Cornell College’s Music Mondays series continues Jan. 27 with the Palisades Ensemble, a regional group formed and directed by Professor Martin Hearne.
Jane Gilmor and David Van Allen, longtime friends and colleagues, have created a joint exhibit for Cornell College’s Peter Paul Luce Gallery opening Jan. 20.
Mallory Turner ’17 says she’s a more patient person after spending the past 20 months in Uganda as a Peace Corps volunteer.
Cornell College recently announced the class roster for this summer’s One Course Summer Institute. High school students who will be juniors, seniors, or recent grads this June are invited to learn what it’s like to take a college-level course and study on the block plan. Cornell summer courses are slightly shorter than a regular semester […]
“Bon appétit, now you may eat!” says Jan Moore ’92 to her 15 young pupils. It’s a phrase that the Washington Elementary School “begindergarten” (pre-kindergarten) students hear every day before snack time and they happily begin munching on the fruit kebabs they just made themselves.
Sometimes we dive into a new stage of our lives not fully aware of how transformative the journey itself will be and we end up feeling more confident and accomplished as a result. It’s the kind of story that inspires others to take a plunge in their own lives. It’s a Cornell story. It’s Danielle […]
Studying chemistry at Cornell College includes many opportunities to collaborate with other students, whether that’s working together to apply their knowledge of organic chemistry in the lab, or forming a study group outside of class. Allison Eikenberry, a junior majoring in both chemistry and biochemistry and molecular biology, takes advantage of those opportunities.