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Cornell Symphony Orchestra: CU Music

Cornell Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Slywotzky, conductor. The Fourth Annual Young Person’s Concert features Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with Cornell Concerto...

If Beale Street Could Talk

2018 > USA > Directed by Barry Jenkins With KiKi Layne, Stephan James, Regina King, Dominique Thorne '19 1970s Harlem comes to life as Barry Jenkins...

The Robert Chasen Memorial Poetry Reading by Claudia Rankine

The Spring 2019 Barbara & David Zalaznick Creative Writing Reading Series comes to a close with a reading by poet & writer Claudia Rankine. Recipient of...

What Schools Fail to Recognize: Creativity, Common Sense, Critical Thinking, and Wisdom Trump Knowledge and IQ

Schools in the United States and around the world have largely succeeded in one respect: IQs rose 30 points during the 20th century. Yet, in many respects,...

Undergraduate Lunches: Current Events & the Middle East

Faculty in the Department of Near Eastern Studies host monthly informal discussions on a current event related to the Middle East. OPEN only to Cornell...

CU Jazz: Jazz+ Jam Session

Enjoy a meal and listen or join the band and play. Sponsored by Bethe House, CU Jazz, Jazz+ and SAFC. 5:00-7:00 pm Jansen's Dining Room Special CU Jazz...

Soup & Hope with Imani Majied

The 12th annual winter series of stories to nourish a spirit of hope! Imani is a social entrepreneur, Sufi practitioner, sister to four, and aspiring global...

Cornell Wind Symphony: CU Music

Cornell Wind Symphony, James Spinazzola, conductor; Juliana Pepinsky performs Frank Ticheli’s Silver Lining Flute Concerto, plus Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio...

SAP Speaker Series, On the Prowl: Tigers and Tea Planters in British India, by Romita Ray

By the late 1800s, swathes of jungle in eastern India were cleared to create tea estates or plantations. But these commercial landscapes were never quite...

Department of Psychology Colloquium Series

"Goal-directed Behavior and the Adolescent Brain" to be presented by Leah H. Somerville, Department of Psychology, Harvard University