Sophomore English major Connor Kenney is preparing for a career as a writer—a writer who uses literature as a form of social activism.
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Bill Weld will speak at Cornell College at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, on the Orange Carpet in the Thomas Commons. The event is open to the public. His appearance is part of a Cornell candidate visit series to which all eligible candidates are invited.
Andrew Sorensen ’04 has been fascinated by fire since childhood, yet it wasn’t until graduate school when fire became his academic passion and pursuit. In 2018 he and his colleagues published the identification of direct evidence for fire-making by Neandertals 50,000 years ago, the oldest ever documented.
An opinion piece in The Seattle Times references The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to Cornell College.
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.