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Cornell University is deeply committed to enhancing the lives of people in communities around the world. In the spirit of public service, Cornellians have set aside a day dedicated to serving their neighbors. Cornell Cares Day is one of the most popular events hosted by regional Cornell clubs and associations all year. Cornell Cares Day … Read more
In early August, Cornell alumni got together for a series of events on Martha’s Vineyard sponsored by Diversity Alumni Programs and Cornell Mosaic, joining a rich summer tradition of intellectual and cultural offerings on the island. A reception hosted by Dr. Deborah Arrindell ’79 at her home on August 6 started the week. More than … Read more
You traveled far to make a wish. Making a wish (with my precious .01â‚¬) #mybigredsummer A photo posted by Amber Chen (@ambz4lyfe) on Jun 22, 2016 at 9:24am PDT You wore your Cornell colors on your sleeve. Ready for Day 2. #dphie100 #dphie #dphiealum #notfouryearsbutforlife #mybigredsummer #metronydphieðŸ’›ðŸ’œðŸ¦„ðŸ—½ A photo posted by Stephanie Cockerl (@stephcockerl) on Jul … Read more
From Arizona to Washington, from Beijing to Paris, Cornell club leaders and other volunteers are giving members of the Class of 2020 a warm “welcome to Cornell” while bidding them joyful hometown farewells. At restaurants, picnic grounds, and alumni homes, 44 send-off celebrations are happening throughout July and August in 30 cities across the US and 14 cities … Read more
Crab sells by the bushel in summertime Maryland—and, on June 26, Bill Eaton ’61 had 23 bushels of the region’s biggest crabs delivered to his farm on the eastern shore for the 13th Annual Mid-Atlantic Crab Feast. “Crab is a Maryland staple,” he said. Each summer, Eaton hosts a Crab Feast with his wife, Phyllis, … Read more
Rich Chomko ’03: Coast-to-coast Cornell ambassador Rich Chomko ’03 began volunteering for Cornell when he was a student—hosting admitted students for the Red Carpet Society and chairing Cornell Days—and has never stopped. A physics teacher who has taught in high schools in Los Angeles, New York City, and New Jersey, he has been helping pre-college … Read more