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Biological Sciences & Comparative Literature
Alumna garners eighth Oscar nomination for film editing
Cornell Cinema, Government, Comparative Literature
Don't expect Congress to rein in Trump's use of military force in the Middle East
Plants speak ‘roundworm’ for self-defense, study shows
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Dancing debris, moveable landscape shape Comet 67P
Online cultural critic wins 2019-20 Nathan Award
What Do We Know About Inequality?
The latest thinking from across the disciplines about inequality.
The college welcomes new faculty
Twenty-three new faculty members join the College of Arts & Sciences this year, enriching the college with interdisciplinary strengths.
Shaping the Future
Students in the new Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity will combine Cornell’s renowned liberal arts and sciences classes in Ithaca with the 21st century tech curriculum at Cornell Tech in NYC.
Exciting things are happening in classrooms throughout the College of Arts & Sciences as new, research-based approaches to teaching spread through the disciplines.