• Facing our urban future: what to expect

    Hundreds of Cornellians in cities and communities around the world tuned in to Virtual Reunion 2021 on June 11, to hear from a panel of experts about The Future of Cities. While online participants waited for the livestream to begin, Bobbie Horowitz ’61 typed in the chat, “Hope the future of my city (NYC) is … Read more

  • Spreading Big Red spirit around the world with Virtual Reunion

    For the second year Cornell Reunion took place online, bringing together alumni from across the globe. Cornellians from six continents tuned in June 10-13, with alumni from Ithaca to the United Kingdom to Japan joining in the celebration. Content from the weekend has already been viewed by thousands of Cornell households. Many who would not … Read more

  • Class of 2020: learning to let it flow

    When 2020 graduates gather online for the Class of 2020 Celebration on Sunday, June 13, they will be Zooming in from locations across the globe—from Brooklyn to Seattle and from Tel Aviv to Tanzania. When these seniors left campus in March 2020, few of them realized they would not be returning to campus for more … Read more

  • Virtual Reunion 2021 will bring alumni together, no matter where they live

    Cornellians will gather June 10-13 to celebrate Virtual Reunion 2021, a weekend full of digital events and opportunities to gather online with friends and classmates. Content from last year’s first Virtual Reunion was viewed by over 10,000 Cornell households from six continents and 77 countries, and representing the Class of 1937 to the Class of … Read more

  • Requiring the COVID-19 vaccine: insights for businesses

    More than 900 viewers tuned in on May 4 to hear Cornell alumni and industry experts representing both management and workers discuss whether U.S. employers should require their employees to be vaccinated. As of May 7, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that about 150.4 million people have received at least one dose of … Read more