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02/06/2015 - Gary Cremeens, from Transportation Services, and Miyoko Chu, Lab of Ornithology, will share the apps they use for transportation and birding, and invite others to join them, Feb. 13, 10:30-11:30 a.m., at 226 Weill Hall. This free session is the first in a series of "Peek @ My Apps" presentations designed to...
02/05/2015 -

If you need a prescription filled, over-the-counter supplies or advice from a pharmacist … no need to go off campus. The Gannett Pharmacy on Ho Plaza serves the whole campus community, including faculty, staff, family members and visitors.

Gannett’s full-service pharmacy fills prescriptions from both...

01/08/2015 - A luncheon commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. will be held Jan. 19, beginning at 11:30 a.m., at the Beverly J. Martin Elementary School Gymnasium, 302 W. Buffalo St., Ithaca. The luncheon is free and open to the public. Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr., actor, director and a founder of Civic Ensemble, will be the...
12/19/2014 - After analyzing ridership data and bus routes, Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) has released its winter/spring 2015 schedule modifications, which include significant changes for Route 81, increased frequency for Route 82 and adjustments to Route 83, and some changes in timing for other routes. Service...
12/19/2014 - All members of the Cornell community are asked to help the university further its Climate Action Plan goals by participating in energy-conserving actions during winter break. Settings programmed into building controls will affect mainly classrooms, teaching labs, residence halls, and athletic and dining...
12/12/2014 - The deadline for contributing to Share the Warmth is Dec. 15. Cornell and Ithaca area communities can help others cope with oncoming cold weather by contributing new and gently-used winterwear and blankets to the 22nd Annual “Share the Warmth” campaign. The Share the Warmth Campaign is scheduled to run now...
12/11/2014 - Soup and Hope, the eighth annual winter series of stories to nourish a spirit of hope, kicks off Jan. 15, 2015, with Mayor Svante Myrick speaking at Sage Chapel at noon. As in the past, Cornell Dining will provide soup and bread for those who attend. All are welcome. Free and open to the public.
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12/02/2014 - Cornell and Ithaca area communities can help others cope with oncoming cold weather by contributing new and gently-used winterwear and blankets to the 22nd Annual “Share the Warmth” campaign. The Share the Warmth Campaign is scheduled to run now through Dec. 15, and is open to Ithaca College and Cornell...
11/19/2014 -

You’re not alone if the holidays stress you out. A recent poll by the American Psychological Association indicates that during the holidays just about 70 percent of Americans feel stressed by a lack of time and money.

Working in a demanding university environment can be stressful enough. Add winter’s...

11/18/2014 -

The Cornell Store’s Holiday Sale will be held Nov. 20 and 21, with 20 percent off almost everything* at all locations of The Cornell Store.

Free with a minimum $125 purchase: Andrew, the 2014 Cornell Holiday Bear, while supplies last. 

There’s plenty of free parking at the Shops at Ithaca...

11/18/2014 -

Sign up now for the Cornell Recreation Connection day trip to NYC, Dec. 13.

See a show; visit a museum; shop and window-shop: whatever you can fit into the day. This trip is filling quickly. Do not delay in making your reservations!

The discounted fare for NYC trips is $50/person for Cornell...

11/18/2014 -

Dealing with back pain or carpal tunnel symptoms? Recovering from an injury or surgery?

You may be interested to learn about one of Cornell’s best-kept secrets: physical therapy services for staff and faculty, available right here on campus.

Cornell community members can self-refer, making an...

11/18/2014 -

The following guidelines are meant to assist Cornell community members in celebrating the winter holiday season safely and in accordance with the university’s commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.

First, when displaying holiday decorations, employees are expected to be sensitive to the rights and...

11/18/2014 -

As the days grow shorter and the weather turns colder, it’s time for faculty and staff to review their units’ inclement weather staffing plans.

Cornell University offices generally remain in operation, classes continue and regular services are provided despite adverse weather conditions. Even in times...

11/18/2014 -

Central New York inclement weather often arrives at the most inconvenient of times. The Cornell Grounds Department would like to remind the Cornell community that proper dress, footwear and vehicle tires are the key tools to navigating winter weather.

Snow removal: When roads,...

11/18/2014 -

More than 1,000 supporters from the university and local area turned out for Cornell women’s hockey team’s annual fundraiser game Nov. 15 to benefit the United Way of Tompkins County. Morgan Stanley of Ithaca donated $1 to the UWTC for every person in attendance, and another $700 was brought in through a...

11/18/2014 -

Six new Cornell University Police (CUP) officers were sworn in and two officers promoted – Sgt. Daniel Murphy to lieutenant and Officer Kevin Noterfonzo to sergeant – at the officer commissioning and swearing-in ceremony Nov. 13 in the Statler Ballroom.

Although the promotion and appointments had...

11/07/2014 - Leaders in the field of audio-visual (AV) preservation will present a talk on preserving AV materials, Nov. 13, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in G01 Biotechnology Building, followed by a catered lunch. The talk launches an AV Preservation Initiative, a partnership between Cornell University Library (Digital Scholarship...
11/07/2014 - Community ESL at Cornell is seeking volunteers to facilitate adult English conversation groups for visiting scholars and families of international students. Volunteering will involve one 2-hour session per week, following the regular Cornell semester schedule, of small classes of eight. Experience in...

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