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Book cover for "Framing Roberto Bolaño"


Book provides a map for reading boundary-challenging author

Spanish-language writer Roberto Bolaño is, at heart, “a novelist who began as a poet and never ceased wanting to be one.”
Eromin Center staff compare schedules.


Study reframes the history of LGBT mental health care

"Clinical activists" in Philadelphia improvised new therapeutic approaches, guided by their own ethics and experiences.
Lizabeth Cohen


Struggle to save America's cities is focus of University Lecture Nov. 14

City governments are often forced to rely on the private sector to support the public good. But it wasn’t always this way.
Two friends at homecoming


Homecoming 2019: A beautiful time to be in Ithaca

Friends Alexandra Gutierrez ’20 and Elizabeth Farkouh ’21 had a full day on October 5, the Saturday of Cornell Homecoming 2019.

Glee Club members practice for reunion concert


Cornell Glee Club celebrates 150 years with 300 voices

Glee Club members overflowed the Bailey Hall stage, singing from sections on either side, as well.
Peter Yarrow singing during Reunion 2019


Peter Yarrow ’59 delights and unites in Reunion concert

Folk musician Peter Yarrow ’59 played solo during his Reunion 2019 concert, but his voice was not the only one filling Call Auditorium, not by a long shot.

The crowd joined Yarrow, formerly a member of the trio Peter, Paul and Mary, in several familiar tunes from the 1960s. The hour-long sing-along was based on the same theme that has driven his career: using music to make the world a better place.

Photo of a chorus rehearsal


Musicians ♥ Cornell

Mary McDonald ’78 discovered her voice at Cornell.

Originally a French horn player, McDonald joined the Cornell University Chorus, the women’s vocal ensemble, during her sophomore year and won an audition for free voice lessons.

“I had never had formal voice lessons,” she says. “One day, I asked, ‘What about these notes up here?’”