Elissa Karim ’18 was prepared to put her politics major to use after graduating from Cornell College. It didn’t take long for her to secure a position as the development coordinator at Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation working toward the elimination of nuclear weapons. Karim is passionate about the work she does. This passion […]
KCRG-TV9 aired a story on Cornell’s adjustment to Grinnell College canceling the remainder of its football season—including the Cornell game Nov. 9.
Cornell College is celebrating the completion of its Science Facilities Project with a dedication ceremony and public tours during Homecoming Weekend 2019.
Leadership is the spot-on career insignia of political science Cornell College grad Tim Wynes ՚83. As a prosecutor in Missouri, he established a tactical team of police officers, social workers, and therapists to triage cases of sexual assault and other crimes against women and children. In short, Wynes saw a clear need and led a […]
Professor Leon Tabak, Cornell College students Marcus Quirk and Xizi Han, and Coe College student Nina Watrin recently held a discussion about the high school experience outside of the United States which was inspired by a book by Amanda Ripley titled “The Smartest Kids in the World—and how they got that way.” Ripley spent a […]
Poetry lovers can soon get their hands on Professor of English Glenn Freeman’s fourth collection of poems.
Cornell College students are already playing on their new competition soccer field, but the beautiful new field didn’t get that way overnight.
Students in Cornell College’s Literature and Social Justice course are exploring Chicago during Block 1.