Stories

Archive: May 2019


Sydney Masters MS '17 keeps military members thinking clearly.

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A combination of coursework and hands-on experience sets students up for success.

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Tim Locastro '18 has stayed at the top of his game through the ups and downs of baseball.

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Nicole Detling, MS ‘01 helps Olympic athletes uphold gold standard

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Pantry established with a gift from the Lissy Family Foundation

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Jennifer Pawlewicz ‘95 and Luca Maurer received a new award to recognize exceptional staff.

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Award is given to contemporary media industry professionals whose work highlights prejudice, inequality, and evolving social norms.

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Amanda Pendolino ’07 Writes a Guide to Surviving Wedding Planning.

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A trip to a local thrift shop unearthed this poster from 1972, which shows that the Hanneford Circus appeared on campus on March 26. We have not been able to confirm whether there were live elephants in Ben Light Gymnasium, but as of this year there will no longer be elephants performing in any circus shows in New York, thanks to a law signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, which prohibits them from...

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You may have heard of therapy dogs, but have you heard of a therapy llama? This winter, during finals week, the library invited a trained llama from Cornell Companions to come to campus and help students de-stress. The llama, named Late for Breakfast, was a big hit with the students.

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Strategic planning process a chance to redefine the IC experience.

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Annual alumni award winners make an impact around the globe.

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In the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 6,579 airline passengers found their flights diverted to and grounded for days in an unlikely place: the remote town of Gander in Newfoundland, Canada, airport code YQX.   

For actors Q. Smith ’00 and Caesar Samayoa ’97, telling the real-life stories of those travelers—and the locals...

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IC alumni are changing the field of mental skills coaching.

 

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