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Friday, September 23

4-H Fall Event

Join us for the 4-H Fall Celebration on Friday, September 23rd from 5 to 7pm. It will take place from 5:00 to 7:00pm at Penn Dixie Fossil Park & Nature...

Courtesy of Sara Jimenez

At what point does the world unfold? is a new installation by Sara Jimenez on Cornell University's Arts Quad. Jimenez has taken the main elements of Goldwin...

Demolition of 206 College Avenue, Ithaca, NY

Circulating Matters is an outdoor installation for the 2022 Cornell Biennial, Futurities, Uncertain, that identifies the potential of a future, local...

Cornell Biennial: "Sage Hill" by Jennifer Birkeland and Jonathan A. Scelsa

In the future, it is understood that communities will continue to develop and migrate across the landscape, clearing forests, hillsides, and habitat. These...

Cornell Biennial: "Waste Not" by Matéa LeBeau and Bella Culotta

Human waste cycling is the circular system of reclaiming valuable nutrients from human waste to use as fertilizers and soil amendments. Municipalities...

Environmental Education Outcomes Online Course

Join Cornell's Civic Ecology Lab for Environmental Education Outcomes, a 4-week online course open to the Cornell community and broader public. The course...

Virtual Event
McNair Scholars Info Sessions

Interested in Getting a PhD? Are you... a First Generation College Student with demonstrated high financial need? OR a Member of a group Historically...

Vintage Pins & Needles playbill from Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles. Comical illustration of a woman pricking a fancily attired man in the butt with a giant needle.

The International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union produced the hit musical Pins and Needles, which ran on Broadway from 1937-1940. For the topical skits...

Meat Processing and Food Safety Certification from SUNY Cobleskill

This intensive, basic training certification program provides the knowledge and skills necessary to attain employment in the meat processing industry. The...

Image of color patterns created by soil microbes in a mud painting by Jeni Wightman.

A new exhibit at Mann Library presents a bioart installation by artist and life scientist Jenifer Wightman. In conjunction with a retrospective eighteen...

Cornell Biennial: "A morning in 1953 (Messiaen Reversed, Birds Released)" by Joanna Malinowska and C.T. Jasper

This project is based on Réveil des Oiseaux (Awakening of Birds), a composition for piano and orchestra by the legendary Modernist composer, Olivier Messiaen...

Cornell Biennial: "America Project" by Paul Vanouse

The America Project is a live, biological art installation centered around a process called “DNA gel electrophoresis,” colloquially described as “DNA...

Eve de Rubertis: HOW TO ARRANGE A WOMAN

HOW TO ARRANGE A WOMAN deals with the intersection of old and new media representations of gender inequality as experienced by a teenage girl. Through...

In-Form

2022 Kuhlman Scholars' Exhibit The Barbara L. Kuhlman Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity established by the estate of Barbara L. Kuhlman. Ms....

Julianne Hunter: Ghost Collective

Ghost Collective was first exhibited at the Ithaca Ink Shop by the 2021–2022 Kahn Family Fellow and Visiting Critic in the Department of Art Julianne Hunter....

Bridging the Scientific-Legal Divide in the Treatment of Trauma in Immigration

You’re invited to a hybrid event featuring distinguished scholar-practitioners of medicine, psychiatry, and law, all working to improve our understanding of...

Cornell Biennial: "Immersive Portraits of COVID: [Pause]" by So-Yeon Yoon

This exhibit will focus on 3D data-visualization art in an immersive 3D display environment portraying COVID19 as abstract images of the viewer’s face and...

Jessica Tanzer. The Box. 1990.

“Artists are here to disturb the peace.” -- James Baldwin 1961 Through her actions and photography, Jessica Tanzer disturbed the peace. The tradition of...

L. A. Hyder. Cover image for the first issue of On Our Backs, 1984. Gelatin silver print.

On Our Backs magazine launched in San Francisco in 1984 promising, per the tagline on the cover, “entertainment for the adventurous lesbian.” The...

The objects in/of psychoanalysis

Cornell Psychoanalysis Reading Group Conference, September 23-24, 2022 Friday (09/23) (Goldwin Smith G258) 9:30...

Cornell Biennial: "The Animal, Vegetable, Mineralness of Everything" by Ken Feingold

An international pioneer of robotic and artificial intelligence art, Ken Feingold exhibits this compelling installation for the first time on the East Coast...

"Gated Commune" (still) by Camel Collective

Created by Anthony Graves (b. 1975, South Bend, IN) and Carla Herrera-Prats (b. 1973–d. 2019, Mexico City), Gated Commune envelops its viewer in the porous...

Apparel Futures: E-Textiles and Informatics

A presentation by Prof. Lucy Dunne, '02 MA '04. Abstract: What can technology do for our future in fashion and apparel design? This talk will explore two...

10:30am
Virtual Event
FLIP Volunteer Orientation & 1st Organizational Meeting

Formerly known as the Afterschool Language and Culture Program (ALCP), The Einaudi Center’s Foreign Language Introduction Program (FLIP) has introduced...

Pedro Molina painting a man on canvas

Poet Dmitry Bykov was nearly killed in a poisoning, then found himself banned from teaching at Russian universities. Essayist Pwaangulongii Dauod received...

Innovations In Population Science Seminar: Krystale Littlejohn, Assistant Professor Department of Sociology

Just Get on the Pill: The Uneven Burden of Reproductive Politics Join the CPC and the Cornell Brooks School for a seminar with Krystale Littlejohn, ...

Introduction to Zotero (via Zoom)

Zotero is a free, powerful, easy-to-use research tool that helps you gather and organize citations and sources such as pdfs. This hands-on workshop will...

12pm
Virtual Event
United Way logo

The United Way of Tompkins County (UWTC), together with several partners, is providing an opportunity for community members to help our food pantries and...

Yiddish Conversation Hour

We will provide an informal gathering "space" for any and all who wish to speak and hear Yiddish. The subject of conversation will depend on the interests of...

12pm
Virtual Event
Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Cliff Whitcomb (Cornell Systems Engineering)

Competencies Uncovered—What Systems Engineers Need to Know Since the original development of systems approaches to engineering, various companies,...

Gender and Planning Panel

Abstract: This panel examines the role of planning in creating and maintaining gender divides in urban spaces in the United States. Despite the changing...

Poster advertising Monica Green at the European History Colloquium

Monica Green, independent scholar - via Zoom Between Samarqand and Granada: The 'Wind' of Plague Moves Through the Islamicate World

12:25pm
Virtual Event
LMSS @ Cornell Tech: Wei Xu (GATech)

Learning Machines Seminar Series What: LMSS: Wei Xu (Georgia Tech) When: Friday, Sep 23, 12:15 p.m. Where: Room 091, Bloomberg Center, Cornell Tech...

LEPP Theory Seminar: David Meltzer (Cornell)

Conformal Colliders in the Wilson-Fisher Theory Abstract: In conformal field theories (CFTs), asymptotic observables, such as the S-matrix, are...

Conversation Hours logo

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Conversation Hours logo

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Conversation Hours logo

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

BME7900 Seminar Series - Laura Waller, PhD

We next welcome Dr. Laura Waller from University of California at Berkeley. She is the Charles A. Desoer Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer...

Philosophy Department Talk: Yuna Won, Philosophical Review Postdoctoral Fellow

Yuna Won, Philosophical Review Postdoctoral Fellow "Silencing and Discursive Inability"

Roundtable: Sarah Lavoy, "Rethinking the Indigenous Turn: Towards A Consciously Situated (Indigenous) Medieval Studies"

Please join us at the Medieval Studies Graduate Student Roundtable this semester! The Roundtable is a place for graduate students to workshop their projects...

Sociology Colloquium | Alexandra Killewald | Can Changing Family Demographics Help Explain the Narrowing Gender Wage Gap?

As part of the Fall 2022 Sociology Colloquium, the Department of Sociology invites you to attend the event with Alexandra Killewald from Harvard...

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Join us on campus or on Zoom to practice your Swahili skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an...

Great Gully Falls, short and wide water fall in Autumn surrounded by woods.

Join the Society for the Humanities & the Rural Humanities initiative for a panel discussion with Kurt Jordan, author of The Gayogohó:no˛Ɂ People in the...

Conversation Hours logo

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Conversation Hours logo

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

"Regenerative Agriculture" by Grace Sachi Troxell

“Local Futurities," appropriately, celebrates the formal opening of The Cherry Gallery in the Ithaca Arthaus, creating a launchpad for the innumerable future...

Vintage Pins & Needles playbill from Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles. Comical illustration of a woman pricking a fancily attired man in the butt with a giant needle.

The International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union produced the hit musical Pins and Needles, which ran on Broadway from 1937-1940. For the topical skits...

C bear

Join alumni, families, and friends of Cornell Football to kick-off Homecoming with a dinner and celebration. REGISTER HERE.

Café con Leche

Join us this Fall for the Latino Living Center Café con Leche Series. This series allows students, student organizations, programs and departments to present...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

Metropolitan

1990 > USA > Directed by Whit Stillman With Carolyn Farina, Taylor Nichols, Isabel Gillies An ironically comic look at ManhattanÕs endangered debutante...

Friday, September 23