Symposium to examine prisoners' human rights
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Local Native Indian history buried in obscurity
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"A liberal arts education encourages engagement and experimentation."
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Garrett moderates Democracy & Inequality panel

Garrett moderates Democracy & Inequality panel

“Those lacking jobs, education and resources are essentially voiceless in the [democratic] process,” Cornell's new president said. 

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Like paper, graphene folds into nanoscale machines

Like paper, graphene folds into nanoscale machines

Physicist combines visual arts background with ground-breaking material.

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"Anything can be solved."

"Anything can be solved."

Recent grad Emma Gerstenzang '15 combined her interests in social science and medicine to address rural health inequality.

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Taylor gift will enrich humanities, social sciences

Taylor gift will enrich humanities, social sciences

Stanford ’50 and Joann Taylor’s $5.2 million gift will support postdoctoral fellowships and the Society for the Humanities.

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Grants help students take unpaid internships

Grants help students take unpaid internships

Twenty-two Arts & Sciences students were able to afford unpaid internships with a new grant.

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Book on thought unites neuroscience, humanities

Book on thought unites neuroscience, humanities

A new book tackles questions of thought and meaning.

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Roper Center opinion archive comes to Cornell

Roper Center opinion archive comes to Cornell

The public opinion archive holds data dating from the 1930s.

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Africana initiatives connect academics, activism

Africana initiatives connect academics, activism

Center aims to become hub for students interested in research, current issues and making an impact.

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Under Saturnian moon's icy crust lies a 'global' ocean

Under Saturnian moon's icy crust lies a 'global' ocean

The Cassini-Huygens mission could lead to more discoveries in the search for Earth 2.0.

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Xi Jinping and China’s Future: The Bigger Problems Lie Within
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 Kemar Prussien '15
"I decided that I wouldn't let anyone else set boundaries for me."
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"Poetry was one of many keys into a world of infinite depth."
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"Stopping on Libe Slope always elicits overwhelming feelings of joy."
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"Of all that I've accomplished at Cornell, I am most proud of the little things."
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"The College of Arts and Sciences is amazing for people with broad interests."
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