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Robinson on Millais' "Ophelia"
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Richards on Bach's Passacaglia in C minor
Alumna's research leads to planetary water discoveries
Sally Wen Mao: A honey badger of a poet
Alumnus's interactive technology takes the guesswork out of teaching
Editing genes to target disease: Katrine Bosley's work targets poorly served diseases, patients
Math alum combines tech, creativity with Fly app
Author Jandy Nelson '87's 'magical, inspiring' creative writing experience
Alumna's varied career benefits students weighing options
Hollywood intern learns the business from alumni
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Africana alumna starts charter school in Arkansas
Anthropology and Africana Studies
Scarlet Fu brings Cornell devotion to financial journalism
Alumna maps how to navigate South America
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Savitt '85 dreams the impossible, tries to make it come true
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Government is excellent prep for rabbinic career, says Michaels '68
Carol Griggs '77, Ph.D. '06, Cornell's Dendro Lab manager, finds clues to climate change in ancient wood
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