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Support Arts & Sciences students on Giving Day March 12

The College of Arts & Sciences is gearing up for Giving Day on Thursday, March 12 and we hope you'll join in the fun!

Your gifts to our annual fund, undergraduate scholarship fund or any of our departments and programs help our faculty and students reach their full potential.

 Lee Rosenthal at Paramount


Paramount exec can manufacture explosions, but says story still makes the movie

Lee Rosenthal ’87 fell in love with filmmaking as an English major at Cornell.
NY Times journalist Marc Lacey speaking with students


First visiting journalist shares world of the NYT with students, faculty

Marc Lacey '87 offered advice to students, visited classes and learned about faculty research.
 Kim Weeden


NYC panel discusses changing expectations for success

Professors from the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Human Ecology and Cornell's Institute of Politics and Global Affairs shared their thoughts during “The State of the American Dream,” Feb. 6 in New York City.
 A scene from "Charlie Says" movie showing Charles Manson


Faculty, cinema collaborate to show films on Manson murders, gardens, Japanese pop culture

When Mary Fessenden, Cornell Cinema director, sits down to think about what films to show each semester, she has lots of movies in mind, but she also works closely with professors to find ties to the classes they’re offering.

 students walk across the arts quad in winter


Four new minors now available to A&S students

The new minors are offered in public service studies, media studies, migration studies and science communication and public engagement.
 Ben Anderson


Professor wins art history book prize

Benjamin Anderson's monograph “Cosmos and Community in Early Medieval Art” has been awarded the 2020 Karen Gould Prize in Art History from the Medieval Academy of America, an award given each year for a distinguished book in the field of medieval art history. 

 Ithaca Sounding poster


Ithaca Sounding celebrates homegrown modernist, experimental work

Cornell’s Department of Music is collaborating with performers from Ithaca College and the community to offer Ithaca Sounding 2020, a multi-day, multi-venue event Jan. 30-Feb. 2.

The festival and symposium will feature concerts, workshops, talks, presentations and readings focused on modernist and experimental concert music by Ithacans past and present, including keyboard composers Julius Eastman, Sarah Hennies, Robert Palmer, Ann Silsbee and David Borden.

 Students present during Design Thinking Workshop for the Milstein Program


Milstein program offers workshops on design thinking

April speakers will focus on an off-grid residential project in the Mojave Desert.
 Steve Hindy in front of brewing equipment


Brooklyn Brewery co-founder named Entrepreneur of the Year

“I’ve always been very proud of having gone to Cornell," says Steve Hindy ’71, MAT ’73.
 rebekkah maggor


PMA Professor and Palestinian Playwright Win NEA Literature Translation Fellowship

The National Endowment for the Arts has honored Rebekah Maggor, translator, theatre director, and assistant professor in the Department of Performing & Media Arts, with a Literature Fellowship in Translation. Her project is a collaboration with Mas’ud Hamdan, playwright, poet, and professor of Arabic literature and theatre at the University of Haifa.

 College Scholars program students


New College Scholars study death, food, migration

Students in the program design a plan for their own interdisciplinary curriculum around a topic that doesn’t fit into a traditional major.
 Times Square street scene


Students have multiple opportunities for career exploration over break

Alumni offered advice at networking sessions and students tuned in virtually to gain insights related to internships and job searches.
 Joe Brown


Popular Science editor tells students to 'find your own way'

Even though Joe Brown '02 had a meandering academic journey, he said Cornell always welcomed him back.
 Tom Goldstone


CNN producer says government major plays key role in career

“I was fascinated with foreign policy here at Cornell and I soaked it all up," Tom Goldstone '94 says.
 Cornell According to Sound illustration with the outline of the campus as a soundwave


Cornell According to Sound offers sonic look at campus

The creators of The World According to Sound will share the audio they've collected on campus -- from fish and frogs to Latin speakers and synthesizers -- in four live performances.
 Siren Echoes conference poster


Media studies scholars visit campus for 'Siren Echoes' conference

Scholars from Germany and the UK, as well as numerous U.S. universities, will visit campus Nov. 7-9 for the first media studies conference sponsored by CIVIC (Critical Inquiry into Values, Imagination and Culture), the provost’s Radical Collaboration initiative focused on the humanities and the arts.

 Fisk Jubilee Singers


Atkinson Forum hosts Fisk Jubilee Singers Oct. 26

For 16 years, Cornell audiences have enjoyed lectures, performances and events sponsored by the Atkinson Forum in American Studies. This year, the Fisk Jubilee Singers will visit campus for a concert at 8 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Alice Statler Auditorium.

Doors will open at 7:15 p.m. and the concert is free and open to the public.

 Ryan Quinn


Alumnus shares lessons learned from the campaign trail

Ryan Quinn '18 said empathizing with and listening to people with different viewpoints is a key part of any political campaign.
 Stephen Robinson


Attorney shares wide-ranging career path with students

“Something within me just craves movement and change,” Stephen Robinson ’81 J.D. ’83 said during a Career Conversation with students.