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History Brothers: A Chat with Evan Earle ’02, MS ’14, and Corey Earle ’07

Corey and Evan Earle in Cornell gear posing outside Uris Library.

As the Earle brothers like to put it, Evan “does the stuff” and Corey “does the story.”

Evan Earle ’02, MS ’14, is the University Archivist—responsible for collecting and preserving materials pertaining to Cornell’s history, and making them accessible to researchers and the public.

His younger brother, Corey Earle ’07, is the University’s longtime (if unofficial) historian: as a visiting lecturer in American studies, he teaches AMST 2001: The First American University—affectionately known as “Storytime with Corey”—a wildly popular one-credit course on Cornell lore.

Cornellians got Evan and Corey together for a chat in Kroch—the subterranean space that’s home to the University Archives—to reflect on their roles as “brothers in Big Red history.”

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