Enjoy a guided tour through the Botanical Gardens and discover the beauty and diversity of our numerous theme gardens. Actual tour content will vary from week to week, depending on the plants, season, interests of the group, and whim of the docent.
Ensemble X; Xak Bjerken, director. X returns to its roots and presents the first work it ever performed, Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony No. 1, as well as Hindemith’s Kammermusik No. 1, Stockhausen’s Kreuzspiel, and as with every concert now, a recent work by a Cornell D.M.A. student, in this case Loren Loiacono’s Waking Rhythm.
"Advanced Photon Source Upgrade Status and Plans"
Abstract: There is world-wide interest in diffraction-limited storage rings, with projects under development in Europe, Asia, South America and the United States to deploy this fourth-generation storage ring technology. Plans are underway at Argonne National Laboratory to upgrade the Advanced Photon Source storage ring with a multi-bend achromat lattice to reduce the beam emittance by more...
Christopher Dunn, E.N. Wilds director of Cornell Plantations
KyuJung Whang, vice president for facilities services, Cornell University
Carolyn Peterson, former mayor of the City of Ithaca
Mayor Svante Myrick, mayor of the City of Ithaca
Todd Bittner, director of Natural Areas for Cornell Plantations
Everyone is invited to do a self-guided tour after the ceremony.
vicTuals: english Tea, scoTTish shorTbread
30 minuTes of Tea, shorTbread, and 3 Things worTh knowing present by professor shawkaT Toorawa
sponsored by the willard sTraighT hall resource cenTer and wsh sTudenT union board
Bring the joy of dance into your life!
Wednesdays at Big Red Barn. Online Registration.
Salsa Beginner 1 6:15-7:30pm
Salsa Beginner 2 7:30-8:40pm
Beginner 1 covers the fundamentals of timing, rhythm, body movement, lead-follow connection, basic step patterns and partner combinations. Students learn principles of Latin dance and musicality and how to incorporate this into Salsa dancing.
Beginner 2 incorporates Beginner 1 repertoire - right...
A live collaborative cinematic work that reflects and refracts the role of projectionist-as-performer in the standard theatrical projection of the 35mm changeover system. Two projectionists, Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder, perform within the cinema theater to critically unmask the otherwise masked cinematic apparatus in a dazzling abstract play of sights and sounds.
2012 > USA > Directed by Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder, 1 hr.
Guest ensemble: Schola Cantorum of Oxford. The Cornell choirs present the celebrated Schola Cantorum from Oxford University, conducted by James Burton, on its first American tour in twenty-five years. Features English Renaissance motets by Weelkes, Sheppard, and Tallis, as well as the premiere of Roderick Williams’ O Radix Jesse and the American premiere of Burton’s Te lucis ante terminum, written to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the...
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The 2nd Annual Women In Leadership Symposium will take place in the newly renovated Warren Hall on September 19th and 20th, 2014. The event is an opportunity for students to engage with high level Female Cornell Alumni from various industries about their experiences as women in leadership. Friday's Kick off event will feature Suzy Welch, Best selling author and public speaker. Saturday's events will...