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Young woman looking directly into the camera Asian American communities strengthen ties while apart

Before the Ithaca campus closed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, members of Cornell’s Asian American community enjoyed strong connections to each other.

Dr. John Clarke, director of occupational medicine at Cornell Health, in his recent rap video, “Stop Corona.” Cornell Health physician educates youth through ‘health-hop’

Dr. John Clarke started writing rap songs when he was 8 years old and never stopped. Though he pursued a career in medicine rather than music, Clarke – director of occupational medicine at Cornell Health – still writes, produces and performs rap music…

At right, Sara Warner, associate professor of performing and media arts, interacts with students at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts. First-gen faculty use experience to mentor first-gen students

As the first in his family to attend college, Neil Lewis Jr. ’13 was baffled by the concept of “office hours” when he began his freshman year at Cornell. "I remember seeing them listed on every syllabus my first week of class and not knowing what that…

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Graduate and Professional School 101!

Join us and hear from graduate and professional students and administrators about the application process of applying to graduate school and what it's like to attend as a student of color!…

The Cordillera of Dreams

This film screening is part of the Cine con Cultura Latinx American Film Festival! w/pre-recorded introduction by Cecelia Lawless (Romance Studies) 2019 > Chile > Directed by Patricio Guzman…

Transtopia in the Sinophone Pacific

Transtopia calls into question the coherence of transness and seeks to enable a non-hierarchical continuum of transgender subjects and experiences. This talk explores three examples of transtopia in…