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Temple of Zeus café
"I appreciated the down-to-earth quality of people even at the top of their fields."
"I am ending this part of my education understanding that I never have to stop learning."
"Research has given me confidence in my analytical abilities."
"I have found a place where I do what I love every single day."
New book by Marilyn Migiel examines medieval masterpiece
Jessica Chen Weiss on Nationalism in Chinese Politics
ISS project examines reasons for U.S. mass incarceration
Glee Club '66 tour alums re-create melodic diplomacy
Enceladus mission would return samples to Earth
MISSION TO SATURN
Living with the ghost of Martin Heidegger
Music professor focuses on Mexican composer in new book
Young alums' play focuses on human rights issues in Darfur
ALUMNI AND ACTIVISM
When in Rome: Summer Study Abroad
"Caring about those around me requires that I engage in politics alongside them."
"We can start with a crazy idea, do meaningful work, and then have tangible impacts."
"I am so thankful that I have been exposed to so many different disciplines."
"Being able to study vastly different subjects helped emphasize how interesting each could be."
"Every viewpoint has a very convincing argument standing behind it."
"Being around so many incredibly intelligent and hard-working people has been humbling."
"I am constantly inspired by the intelligence, motivation, and kindness exhibited by my fellow Cornellians."
"My education gave me the ability to learn about the world, not just my field."
Why I Use Trigger Warnings
Symposium to examine prisoners' human rights
Local Native Indian history buried in obscurity
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