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  • Cornell Chronicle
    first intercollegiate lacrosse game 11 10 1892 Jacob Gould Schurman becomes Cornell s third president 02 13 1893 College of Law is dedicated in Boardman Hall 08 19 1893 Charles Goodwin Sands namesake of the Sands Memorial Medal dies 10 25 1894 Pulitzer Prize winner and newspaper mogul John Knight is born 04 13 1898 Cornell Medical College is founded 05 13 1898 Cornell University Medical College founded in New York City 04 22 1899 Nabokov is born 11 09 1899 Cornell participates in the U S educational exhibit at the world s fair in Paris 05 01 1900 President Schurman says Cornell should be a place where everybody feels at home and no one is a stranger 10 30 1900 Cornell hires boat builder John Hoyle to outfit the Cornell Navy rowing team 05 05 1902 Railway mechanical engineering professor plans spring railway tour 01 16 1903 Cornell s first dean Estevan Fuertes dies 01 23 1903 First student diagnosed in a typhoid epidemic that killed 26 Cornell students 02 05 1903 Architect and Skidmore Owing and Merrill co founder Nathaniel Owens is born 05 08 1903 Stimson Hall designed by architect William Henry Miller opens 05 29 1908 Let there be light 12 10 1910 Lt Theodore Twesten begins his 17 year career as Cornell s first proctor 05 27 1911 A big day for Big Red 04 15 1912 Cornellians Titanic connection 07 21 1914 University Secretary s office goes high tech to automate alumni communications 03 18 1915 Letter from the French trenches of World War I 06 26 1915 Founder of geology department dies 09 28 1915 Cornell plays its first football game on Schoellkopf Field 02 17 1916 Cornell Alumni News reports 190 girls and 60 chaperones on campus for junior week 03 06 1917 Alumnus Harry Coover inventor of super glue is born 04 29 1917 Head Start founder Urie Bronfenbrenner 38 is born in Moscow 02 15 1918 Female secret honor society at Cornell founded 05 22 1918 50th Commencement comes early 09 29 1918 Alan L Eggers 19 earns the Medal of Honor for heroism in battle during World War I 02 02 1919 World War I flying ace Leslie J Rummell Class of 1916 dies of pneumonia in France 03 30 1919 War hero dies 06 22 1919 Ezra s statue unveiled 04 08 1920 Cornell creates war alumnus status for World War I veterans 10 21 1921 Fraudulent Cornellian Ransom Denny jailed for petit larceny 04 21 1923 Future Baseball Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig becomes the second person to hit a home run on Hoy Field 09 30 1923 David H Shepard 45 inventor of the first optical character recognition device is born 11 18 1925 Willard Straight Hall one of the country s first student unions opens 05 07 1926 Students host first Hotel Ezra Cornell 05 14 1926 Cornell receives 29 ton World War I tank as gift from alumnus 02 06 1928 The New York

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  • My bookmarks | Cornell Chronicle
    Tech Medicine Arts Humanities Business Law Society Campus Life Global Outreach Archive My bookmarks You have not yet bookmarked any content Click the Bookmark this link when viewing a piece of content to add it to this list About the

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  • Science, Tech & Medicine | Cornell Chronicle
    92 Robin Davisson to lead Melanoma Research Alliance Weight of food blogger affects advice credibility Cornell nanotech facility receives 8M NSF grant more stories Computing Information Sciences Sep 28 2015 Girls Who Code CEO to talk workforce of the future Éva Tardos named editor in chief of ACM journal Cornell nanotech facility receives 8M NSF grant Donations help create supercomputer for students Ted Dodds VP and CIO to retire in December more stories Health Nutrition Sep 24 2015 Cornell dots research collaboration leads to 10M cancer center Weight of food blogger affects advice credibility Researchers diversify Kenyan greens to improve nutrition Startup to take Weill Cornell endoscopic tools to market Gift names Weill Cornell s Institute for Precision Medicine more stories Environment Sustainability Sep 24 2015 Photojournalist shows work on global climate change Students train to collect evaluate data in Tanzania Researchers study ways to disable algal bloom Cornell nanotech facility receives 8M NSF grant Researchers diversify Kenyan greens to improve nutrition more stories Social Behavioral Sciences Sep 29 2015 Premarital births no longer predict breakups ISS project examines reasons for U S mass incarceration Symposium to examine prisoners human rights Local Native Indian history buried in obscurity Development Sociology celebrates 100 years of impact more stories Weill Cornell Medical College The mission is to provide the finest education possible for medical students Enzyme May Hold Key to B Cell Lymphomas Awards and Honors Across Weill Cornell Medical College Week of Sept 18 Sept 25 Weill Cornell Celebrates President Garrett s Inauguration The Walking Cure Trending Editor s Picks Most Emailed Most Read Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Premarital births no longer predict breakups Cornell Law panel focuses on lives of two former slaves Doctor in the house Skorton delivers

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  • Arts & Humanities | Cornell Chronicle
    Darfur in new play Things to Do Sept 11 18 2015 more stories Architecture Design Sep 10 2015 Good medical facility design boosts care saves money Refurbished Warren Hall certified LEED Platinum Sedimental journey Davis leads Port Futures workshop AAP program for executives focuses on New York City Cornell Tech to build first passive house residential high rise more stories Library News Sep 16 2015 Cornell Rewind Exploring our world and beyond Papers of pioneering lesbian photographer given to library Ezra Cornell letter about Lincoln on display at library Plant pathology student s 3 D printer draws a crowd Talks to spark better communication from academics more stories Trending Editor s Picks Most Emailed Most Read Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Premarital births no longer predict breakups Cornell Law panel focuses on lives of two former slaves Doctor in the house Skorton delivers final address to alumni Metastatic cancer cells implode on protein contact Scientists explain their work quickly in plain English Seahawk Bryan Walters 10 fulfills Super Bowl dream Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Law alum visits his archives in ILR s Kheel Center Coalition seeks to

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  • Business, Law & Society | Cornell Chronicle
    space for student entrepreneurs Horse water intake device takes entrepreneurship prize more stories Economics Policy Sep 20 2015 Garrett moderates Democracy and Inequality panel African banker Mwangi kicks off Dyson speaker series No 2 at CIA looks to the agency s future in campus talk Global Index shows economies that outperform peers Deputy director of CIA to speak at Cornell Sept 17 more stories Law Government Sep 29 2015 Cornell Law panel focuses on lives of two former slaves No 2 at CIA looks to the agency s future in campus talk Deputy director of CIA to speak at Cornell Sept 17 Warrior scholars gain skills bring insights to summer course Law students help reverse Malawi death penalty sentence more stories International Sep 29 2015 CUSLAR celebrates 50th anniversary Agreement signed with Asia s biggest dairy producer African banker Mwangi kicks off Dyson speaker series Students train to collect evaluate data in Tanzania No 2 at CIA looks to the agency s future in campus talk more stories Trending Editor s Picks Most Emailed Most Read Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Premarital births no longer predict breakups Cornell Law panel focuses on lives of two former slaves Doctor in the house Skorton delivers final address to alumni Metastatic cancer cells implode on protein contact Scientists explain their work quickly in plain English Seahawk Bryan Walters 10 fulfills Super Bowl dream Law alum visits his archives in ILR s Kheel Center Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Agreement signed with Asia s biggest dairy producer Campus news events Bluemercury founder Beck shares brand building advice Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families CUSLAR celebrates 50th anniversary Cornell Law panel focuses on

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  • Campus Life | Cornell Chronicle
    visits his archives in ILR s Kheel Center Éva Tardos named editor in chief of ACM journal George Hess biochemist dies at 92 Cornell community enjoy true homecoming Festive inaugural picnic brings community together more stories Administration Sep 29 2015 Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Cornell recognized with 2015 Healthy Campus Award AAU sexual assault survey reinforces seriousness of issue Garrett comments on AAU sexual assault survey results Cornell community enjoy true homecoming more stories Philanthropy Aug 27 2015 Sesquicentennial propels banner year in giving Gift names Weill Cornell s Institute for Precision Medicine 50M gift creates Meinig biomedical engineering school 100M gift names Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech Biomolecular engineering gift aids graduate students more stories Sports Cornell Sports sponsors 36 varsity sports as well as numerous club and intramural teams Dan Lintner Selected Eighth Overall in NLL Draft Women s Tennis Set To Compete at Akron Invitational D Ambrosio Named CSFL Defensive Player of the Week Sprint Football Hosts Army West Point In Home Opener Trending Editor s Picks Most Emailed Most Read Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Premarital births no longer predict breakups Cornell Law panel focuses on lives of two former slaves Doctor in the house Skorton delivers final address to alumni Metastatic cancer cells implode on protein contact Scientists explain their work quickly in plain English Seahawk Bryan Walters 10 fulfills Super Bowl dream Law alum visits his archives in ILR s Kheel Center Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Agreement signed with Asia s biggest dairy producer Campus news events Bluemercury founder Beck shares brand building advice Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families CUSLAR celebrates 50th anniversary Cornell Law panel

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  • Global Outreach | Cornell Chronicle
    to get first cleaning in October Students train to collect evaluate data in Tanzania Ithaca NYC synergies present unparalleled opportunities Symposium to examine prisoners human rights Local Native Indian history buried in obscurity more stories Global Cornell Sep 22 2015 Glee Club 66 tour alums re create melodic diplomacy Students train to collect evaluate data in Tanzania Garrett cites Cornell and Ithaka spirit as lifetime journeys Harrison toasts Garrett good health judgment bold vision Researchers diversify Kenyan greens to improve nutrition more stories Trending Editor s Picks Most Emailed Most Read Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Premarital births no longer predict breakups Cornell Law panel focuses on lives of two former slaves Doctor in the house Skorton delivers final address to alumni Metastatic cancer cells implode on protein contact Scientists explain their work quickly in plain English Seahawk Bryan Walters 10 fulfills Super Bowl dream Law alum visits his archives in ILR s Kheel Center Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Agreement signed with Asia s biggest dairy producer Campus news events Bluemercury founder Beck shares brand building advice Coalition seeks

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  • Archive | Cornell Chronicle
    Doha Geneva Ithaca New York City Washington D C Items per page 21 42 56 Sept 29 2015 Bluemercury founder Beck shares brand building advice Sept 29 2015 Coalition seeks to enhance lives of working families Sept 29 2015 Premarital births no longer predict breakups Sept 29 2015 CUSLAR celebrates 50th anniversary Sept 29 2015 Law alum visits his archives in ILR s Kheel Center Sept 29 2015 Cornell Law panel focuses on lives of two former slaves Sept 29 2015 Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur Genius Award Sept 29 2015 Cornell recognized with 2015 Healthy Campus Award Sept 28 2015 Lake Source Cooling intake pipe to get first cleaning in October Sept 28 2015 Student interns share experiences Sept 30 Sept 28 2015 Read the Pope s letter it s addressed to you Sept 28 2015 Scientists unravel root cause of plant twists and turns Sept 28 2015 Girls Who Code CEO to talk workforce of the future Sept 28 2015 Papers of pioneering lesbian photographer given to library Sept 25 2015 Agreement signed with Asia s biggest dairy producer Sept 24 2015 Winemaker tastemaker Sept 24 2015 Things to Do Sept 25 Oct 2 2015 Sept 24 2015 Students raise the curtain on Darfur in new play Sept 24 2015 This week in Cornell history Sept 24 2015 African banker Mwangi kicks off Dyson speaker series Sept 24 2015 Students train to collect evaluate data in Tanzania Sept 24 2015 Cornell dots research collaboration leads to 10M cancer center Sept 24 2015 Photojournalist shows work on global climate change Sept 24 2015 Sage grouse is safe Secretary Sept 23 2015 Ithaca NYC synergies present unparalleled opportunities Sept 23 2015 Biomed engineering symposium honors Meinig family Sept 23 2015 Graduate students earn record number of NSF fellowships Sept 23

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