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The Supreme Court announced Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ‘54 was treated for a malignant pancreatic tumor in early August.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 16
Cornell men's hockey introduced its nine-member class of 2023 over the summer.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 14
Cornell men's hockey will start 2020 with its first ever trip to Las Vegas. Read a full breakdown of the upcoming season's schedule:
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 14
In December 2018, Bennett College, a historically black women’s liberal arts college in North Carolina, was placed on probation by its regional accrediting body. Now, Suzanne Walsh ’93 will be steering the school as its newly appointed president.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 14
Nearly 40 years after opening, the Cocktail Lounge housed in Uris Library is now accessible through the Willard Straight Hall entrance. The change was part of a series of improvements to the lounge that reopened in July.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 9
"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a must-see, as long as you have three hours to watch."
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For the second straight season, Cornell picked to finish 7th in preseason Ivy League football media poll:
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 8
Cornell issued an alert Thursday afternoon to stay away from the Jessup and Triphammer area.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 7
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“We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives,” Toni Morrison M.A. ‘55 said. She died "surrounded by family and friends" her family said in a statement.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 7
. summer interns in Washington, D.C. struggle to find affordable housing, while participants reside in a high-end apartment complex.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 6
Upon hearing the news of Morrison’s death, Ruchi Chitgopekar ’21 "felt like, sucker punched in the gut.” Others — including Pulitzer nominees, Cornell professors and political figures nationwide — reacted emotionally to the literary giant’s passing.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 6
Toni Morrison M.A. ’55 has died at age 88. She was an accomplished author who wrote her master’s thesis on Virginia Woolf and William Faulkner while at Cornell.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Aug 4
The Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source, an advanced x-ray, was awarded a $54 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create a new research and education sub facility.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Jul 31
Sun staff writer Jeremiah LaCon's trip to the Ithaca Reggae Festival was one for the ages. Read why he thinks everyone needs to save the date for next year.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Jul 27
The chapter had its fraternity recognition revoked for four years after an investigation revealed it engaged in "significant hazing behaviors," including physical challenges and displaying "demeaning images of women."
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The Cornell Daily Sun Jul 22
Opinion: Ricardo Rosselló, governor of Puerto Rico, must resign immediately, writes the Puerto Rican Students Association.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Jul 20
As part of President Pollack's "One Cornell" vision to promote Cornell in New York City, four Interdisciplinary research proposals won grants totaling $250,000.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Jul 20
Diabetes medication, painkillers and herbicides have trickled into Cayuga Lake, researchers say. While not an immediate health concern, contamination does point to a larger issue: waste disposal.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Jul 20
You’ve seen them walking around campus: gaggles of parents and high school students alike, clinging to the words of a student tour guide. Now, hear from the backwards-walking guides themselves.
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The Cornell Daily Sun Jul 20
The announcement that Lake Street was closed due to a stabbing came at 11:39 a.m. At 12:56 p.m., Facebook saw its first meme.
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