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Michell Chresfield

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New Faculty: Michell Chresfield

Michell Chresfield, Africana Studies
Vanessa Gubbins

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New Faculty: Vanessa Gubbins

Vanessa Gubbins, Romance Studies
José Luis Montiel Olea

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New Faculty: José Luis Montiel Olea

José Luis Montiel Olea, Economics
Jamie Budnick

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New Faculty: Jamie Budnick

Jamie Budnick, Sociology
Chelsea Mikael Frazier

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New Faculty: Chelsea Mikael Frazier

Chelsea Mikael Frazier, Literatures in English
Joe Lerangis

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New Faculty: Joe Lerangis

Joe Lerangis, Music
Person standing in front of a huge black & white image of a comet with a rocky surface

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Cornell scientists show how terrain evolves on an icy comet

Astronomers have shown how smooth terrains – a good place to land a spacecraft and to scoop up samples – evolve on the icy world of comets.
Juan Manuel Aldape Muñoz

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New Faculty: Juan Manuel Aldape Muñoz

Juan Manuel Aldape Muñoz, Performing and Media Arts
Carolyn Fornoff

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New Faculty: Carolyn Fornoff

Carolyn Fornoff, Romance Studies
Mayer Juni

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New Faculty: Mayer Juni

Mayer Juni, History and Jewish Studies
waterfall

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Community read launches Society for the Humanities’ ‘Repair’ theme

"The Society for the Humanities thought there is no better way to kick off the year of Repair, than to begin at home."
Historic photo from 1873, of a young woman

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Lectures to unearth stories ‘that don’t get told’ in classical scholarship

Oxford scholar Constanze Güthenke will bring to light untold stories of classical scholarship during the 2022 Townsend Lectures Sept. 7, 9, and 12.
Milena Djourelova

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New Faculty: Milena Djourelova

Milena Djourelova, Economics
Sophia Veltfort

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Student Spotlight: Sophia Veltfort

Sophia Veltfort, MFA ’20, a doctoral candidate in English language and literature, studies the representations of speech and thought in 20th-century fiction.
Mikhail Gorbachev

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Mikhail Gorbachev, dead at 91, ‘likely haunts Putin’s dreams’

Vladimir Putin has spent his entire life trying to undo Gorbachev's legacy, says Cornell University military historian David Silbey.
Luminescent tree-like structure with purple branches and bright green canopy: The lateral habenula in the mouse brain

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Study finds tiny brain area controls work for rewards

The discovery has implications for psychiatric disorders, particularly depression and anxiety.
Several people sit on a shadowed lawn between university buildings

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Reporters discuss history of “land grab” universities in press freedom lecture

Journalist Tristan Ahtone and historian Robert Lee will talk about how Indigenous land expropriated by the 1862 Morrill Act is the foundation of the land-grant university system in the 2022 Kops Lecture.
a low evening sun peeks through the branches of a giant tree, sending shadows across a lush lawn. three people stroll down a hill.

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Three projects awarded Belonging at Cornell innovation grants

The "Can You Hear My Voice?" project, a collaboration between Arts and Sciences, the ILR School, eCornell and the College of Human Ecology, received one of three Belonging at Cornell innovation grants for 2022.
Megan McArdle

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The Great Separation: Why American Politics Is Coming Apart at the Seams

Megan McArdle, opinion columnist for the Washington Post, will discuss increasingly divided American life and politics in a Sept. 14 lecture.
Sandwich with lots of vegetables, close-up

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Between Two Slices of Bread, an Enduring Big Red Bond

Two ’06 classmates enjoyed a simple-but-tasty sandwich for decades—then the Washington Post shared it with the world