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It’s a day that students love and alumni love to remember. Every May, before the start of final exams, thousands of students gather on Libe Slope for a day of music, fun, and celebration.
With live music by popular, nationally known artists, Slope Day continues to grow and change with the times.
Everything you need to build your own digital Slope Day.
Slope Day brings some big acts to Ithaca. Check out this Spotify playlist curated just for you, featuring Slope Day artists from 2000 - 2019.
The Slope is quiet today, as we all stay safe at home. Check out this live view of Ho Plaza to visit from the comfort of your living room.
Dig deep in your photo albums (or your closets) and break out your best Slope Day fashion flashbacks - we want to see it all: the good, the bad, and the embarrassing.
Held on the Thursday after the last day of classes in May, Slope Day is Cornell’s largest annual outdoor student gathering. A Cornell tradition for more than 100 years, it started in 1902 when the university declared “Spring Day” a campus-wide holiday.