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Cornell to Open School of Business

Cornell is looking to add to it’s already prestigious university. The University is looking to move fast with an expected launch of the 2016-2017 academic school year. The College of Business will be made up of three accredited programs at Cornell: the School of Hotel Administration, the Charles H. Dyson […]

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U. to launch search committee to hire Dean for Diversity and Inclusion

After having introduced the position of Dean for Diversity and Inclusion in December 2015, The Office of the Vice President for Campus Life is now reviewing applicants for the position, according to Vice President for Campus Life Rochelle Calhoun. The position description articulates that a successful candidate must hold an […]

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Perlmans emphasize the importance of music education

Violinists Itzhak and Toby Perlman said that society is not complete without the arts, emphasizing the importance of nurturing extraordinarily talented students from a young age, during the inaugural conversation in the Class of 2016’s “Last Lecture” series Tuesday. Itzhak Perlman, an Israeli-born violinist, have played with many major orchestras around the […]

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Task Force seeks expansion for American Studies Program

At an open meeting held by the newly formed Task Force on American Studies on Monday, students and administrators discussed possible ways to expand the Program in American Studies to include Asian American Studies, American Indian Studies and American Jewish Studies, among other disciplines. The Task Force has been charged with preparing a report […]

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Farsh Askari: 4 Mind Tricks to Try When Anxiety Strikes

When I see something that triggers anxiety, whether it’s an actual physical manifestation or just in the mind’s eye, I distract myself until my anxiety subsides. In my quest to recalibrate from distressed to de-stressed, I have found the following four quick-tricks to be, easy, practical, and effective anxiety antidotes. […]

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