Iowa Public Radio interviewed Dutch composer Douwe Eisenga about his work, “The Flood, Requiem,” making its U.S. premiere at Cornell on Nov. 8.
Jonathan Lopez, a nurse for the past seven years, decided to pursue another one of his passions: business. When he transferred to Cornell College he realized that switching to the block plan was a bit of an adjustment from his previous experiences studying on the traditional semester schedule—one he was happy to accommodate.
Cornell is proud to acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of Richard Kraig ’71 by awarding him the Distinguished Achievement Award.
Cornell is proud to acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of Ming Lowe ’89 by awarding him the Leadership & Service Award. Following is his award citation, read during the Alumni Convocation at Homecoming 2019. (Come back soon for a video of the ceremony.)
Cornell is proud to acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of Will Widmer ’04 by awarding him the Young Alumni Achievement Award.
Cornell is proud to acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of Nancy Kleihauer Adams ’64 by awarding her the Leadership & Service Award.
Nobel prize-winning physicist Steven Chu discussed the challenge climate change presents and ways to address it as Cornell’s eighth Delta Phi Rho lecturer.
Cornell College’s new Esports program recently concluded its regular season run playing Overwatch in the Tespa Varsity Series, placing in the top 25 schools participating in the Swiss Bracket of the premier league.
Aida Audeh ’85 credits her Cornell education with preparing her for graduate school in art—even though she majored in philosophy and psychology.
Madeleine Koenigsberg had a lightbulb moment leading a group discussion in high school, in which she realized she could combine her passion for literature with her love for teaching others as a career choice. Now she’s majoring in English literature and working her way toward secondary education certification through the education department at Cornell College. […]
As Iowa continues to recover from flooding, Cornell College will present an artistic response with the U.S. premiere of “The Flood, Requiem” on Nov. 8.
Ryan Deaver ’13 says the beginning French he learned at Cornell gave him an edge when applying to the Peace Corps.