Event Details

Location: Toronto, ON

Saturday, October 20, 2018
Noon – 3:00 PM

Cornelliana and Canada

Join Cornell’s unofficial historian, Corey Ryan Earle ’07, for a presentation of Cornell trivia, legends, fun facts, and history, including notable Canadian Cornellians and other connections to Canada. Learn about how Cornell changed higher education and why it has been called “the first American university.” Bring your questions on anything and everything related to Cornell history and trivia.

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Leña Restaurant
176 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M5C2L7

Corey Ryan Earle ’07 is a visiting lecturer at Cornell University, where he has taught a 400-person class on the history of Cornell since 2011. He serves as a Cornell history resource person for departments and organizations across campus while working in Alumni Affairs & Development and is the previous board president of The History Center in Tompkins County.

This event is one of the largest annual events for Cornell Club of Toronto. The brunch not only features Professor Corey Ryan Earle’s talk about Cornell history but also includes lots of fun activities such as casino, auctions, photo booth, Cornell-Toronto Memory sharing and more. All the proceeds will contribute to the scholarship for Cornell students from Canada. The dress code for the event will be semi-formal, and the event is Kids-friendly. Friends and Families are welcomed!

You can also choose to buy a bundle ticket with the Cornell Bentway Tour Social on October 14th. The information can be found here.

If you want to submit a Cornell-Toronto memory to enter the “Best Cornell Memory” competition. Please purchase your Cornell Memory ticket and send your memory to cornellclubtoronto@gmail.com. Pictures/1-min Videos/Texts are all welcome.

For event questions, please contact Corinna Wu at sw686@cornell.edu.