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A musical bridge: Cornell Wind Symphony makes transformative journey to Cuba

Cornell musicians traveled to Cuba for a tour in collaboration with the National Concert Band of Cuba.
Armita holding cramp-bites


Cornell student creates alternative remedy to relieve period pain

Armita Jamshidi ‘25, a computer science major and Harrison College Scholar, founded Aunt Flo’s Kitchen and is a new member of eLab.
Ali Soong in front of NBCU banner


Cornell alumna shapes future of media at NBCUniversal

When Ali Soong ‘16 goes to work each day at NBCUniversal, she uses various skills she acquired at Cornell.
students looking at a display


Undergraduates celebrate Latinx history through Rockefeller Hall exhibition

The collaborative mixed media projects, showcased online and in Rockefeller Hall, explore how culture strengthens and uplifts communities.
An Le reading tarot cards


Rediscovering self-fulfillment during a leave

Through hosting a talk show and traveling around the Middle East, An Le ‘25 relearned the value of passion, exemplifying that the path to success is not homogenous.
 Math equations


Students from all majors invited to mathematical modeling contest

The competition allows students to work on open-ended real world problems, showcasing the multifaceted nature of applied mathematics.
Aiono holding a copy of "the Decameron"


Student receives top honor for Boccaccio essay

Grace Aiono ‘26 has been awarded this year’s Giuseppe Velli Prize by the American Boccaccio Association (ABA) for the best undergraduate student essay on the works of Giovanni Boccaccio.
Book cover art "Memories of the Memories of the Black Rose Cat"


Prominent Thai author speaks about her new novel

The first woman to win a consecutive Southeast Asian Writers Award, Veeraporn Nitiprapha will discuss her newest novel, “Memories of the Memories of the Black Rose Cat,” on Oct. 5.