Campus & Beyond

The Cold Comforts of a Big Red Winter, Then and Now

The Cold Comforts of a Big Red Winter, Then and Now

For as long as the University has been standing high above Cayuga’s waters, Cornellians have been marveling at—and complaining about—Ithaca winters. Here is a flash-frozen sampler of winter-related lore, stats, tips, memories, and more.

On North Campus, New Buildings Shape Future of Undergrad Community

On North Campus, New Buildings Shape Future of Undergrad Community

More than 800 first-year students moved into the Ithaca campus’s two newest North Campus residence halls—Toni Morrison and Ganędagǫ:—this fall, finding themselves immersed in a growing community that represents a comprehensive reimagining of the Cornellian undergraduate experience.

Garden Tour

Garden Tour

A celebration of Cornell’s many well-tended plantings, which offer a respite from the bustle of campus life

Uphill Both Ways?

Uphill Both Ways?

Hiking up the University’s landmark hill in all kinds of weather is a shared Big Red memory and a Cornellian rite of passage. But how steep is it, really?