Best-case scenario: You live a long, healthy life, sense when its end is near, say goodbye to your loved ones, and die peacefully in your sleep. If everyone’s last days were like this, there would be no need for long-term care (LTC) insurance. . . .
As part of its commitment to an inclusive search process, the Presidential Search Committee will hold three open forums on the Ithaca campus April 28: one for Cornell staff members, noon-1 p.m., in Alice Statler Auditorium, Statler Hall; one for...
Slope Day will be held Thursday, May 8. Volunteers are needed to help with this annual event. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to provide support and care for your fellow Cornellians. Your job will not be to . . .
The 819 participants now halfway through the Wellness Program’s eight-week No Excuses weight loss contest have already lost a total of 2,365 pounds, or an average of 2.89 pounds lost per person. With an . . .
The Employee Assembly (EA) is seeking nominations for the first Opperman Award for Staff Advocacy to recognize outstanding leadership by Cornell staff, faculty or academic professionals in being “an active voice for staff.” . . .
On college campuses, hazing is often associated with fraternities and sororities, but national data show that it is a cultural phenomenon encompassing a wide range of risky practices by members of many groups, including academic groups, athletic...
Grow Your Own Spuds! This workshop about growing potatoes will be held April 24, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at 4H Acres, Lower Creek Rd., Lansing. The class will cover "lazy bed" planting, common diseases and pests of potatoes and . . .
Did you know that Cornell has an "In Memory" page of recently deceased current faculty, staff and students ? See "Cornell remembers".
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