Cornell College leaders have decided to delay the beginning of the academic year by two weeks to ensure campus facilities are ready for the safe return of students following Monday’s intense storm (derecho).
Kelli Massey ’20 wants to change the world through laughter, so they’re ready to take on the Chicago theatre scene. Read their story.
Cornell College and the Mount Vernon Community School District are excited to announce a major renovation project for their shared softball complex.
On Monday, August 11 at around 1:00 p.m. a major storm tore through the Midwest and Cornell College’s campus was directly in the path. Due to the storm damage we are currently without power or internet, and we have only minimal cell phone service. The same is true in nearby cities where faculty and staff […]
Name: Cali Pfleger ’20 Hometown: Racine, Wisconsin Degree: B.A. in geology and environmental studies If you were looking for Cali Pfleger ’20 during her four years at Cornell College, you could likely find her deep in her geology studies.
The New York Times included Cornell College in its story, “COVID Tests and Quarantines: Colleges Brace for an Uncertain Fall.”
The Classes of 1970 and 2020 both graduated in tumultuous times. Members of the Class of 1970 offer hope and advice for the class graduating 50 years later.
Behind the scenes of some big decisions, a student-faculty research team is sifting through extensive amounts of COVID-19 data to provide insight to campus leaders.
Although Olivia Lohmann ’20 never wavered from her plan to major in psychology, she discovered an affinity to art history after taking a course on a whim.
Cornell College has hired Wendy Beckemeyer as the college’s new vice president for enrollment management.
Tamra Thompson Toussaint’s knowledge of legally compliant ways of breaking regulation roadblocks helped Georgia obtain personal protective equipment (PPE) and keep its citizens safe and healthy.