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  • Sociology Prof. Anna Haskins Awarded $350,000 to Research Educational Inequality
    Does where you are from affect how you learn? Does the social environment changes parents’ role in their children’s education? Cornell Prof. Anna Haskins, sociology, hopes to answer this question with her research.

  • Cornell Cinema Receives Funding for Next Five Years, Plans Triumphant Return
    Thanks to increased funding from a variety of sources, Cornell Cinema is now poised to expand operations and its impact on campus.

  • Grow NY Competition Launched by CALS, CREA, and NYS
    Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and its Center for Regional Economic Advancement, in partnership with the New York State government, are launching a food and agriculture business competition — Grow-NY — with the goal of bringing innovative startups to upstate New York food and agricultural industries.

  • For Mayoral Candidate Adam Levine, It’s ‘Everybody In, and Nobody Out’
    “Don’t be in last place, Cornell,” Adam Levine, the newly declared candidate for Ithaca mayor, told The Sun in a Friday interview. Levine wants to “leverage” Cornell to contribute more to the City of Ithaca — and it’s just one part of his vision for a city that supports the working class individual.

  • Editor’s Takeaways From Gov Ball 2019
    Day One You don’t get much respect if you say Kacey Musgraves is the artist you’re most excited to see, I learned on the way to Randall’s Island for the first day of Governors Ball 2019.After entering and passing a monument to the late Mac Miller, I headed to see the goofy, fun indie band […]