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Teaching Hard History with Freedom on the Move
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China announced it was preparing to enact a controversial national security law for Hong Kong, bypassing the territory’s own legislative process.
China's national security law: For Xi, Hong Kong no different than Tibet, Xinjiang
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Hyman Josefson, top left, in his M8 Greyhound armored vehicle as it passes through the streets of Petange, Luxembourg, on Sept. 9, 1944. Provided by Petange, Luxembourg
Alum, WWII hero to be celebrated on Memorial Day
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Michelle Smith, associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, observes her students in a hands-on activity in her evolution course. Lindsay France/Cornell University
New study informing efforts to improve STEM retention
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Aparajita Majumdar, history doctoral student, at the foot of a Ficus elastica tree in Meghalaya, India.
Einaudi-funded Ph.D. students think globally, act remotely
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Contact tracing apps face significant obstacles
New Apple iOS supports contact tracing — but is meaningless without government adoption
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The Cornell Orchestra during a Bailey Hall concert
Orchestra students mentor young musicians remotely
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Student Spotlight: Amnon Ortoll-Bloch
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From left, Natalia Gulick ’21, Isaac de Castro ’21 and Nina Koscica ’21 enjoy the gym at LifeLab Kids' Ferndale, Michigan campus. They are leading a team of Cornell student architects to develop a sensory playground and a space redesign
Online showcase celebrates students’ community engagement
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In this artistic rendering, different kinds of suns are shown as they interact with various Earth-like surfaces in distant solar systems. The combinations create an array of climates. Jack Madden/Cornell
Astronomers develop ‘decoder’ to gauge exoplanet climate
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