Within a week of the United States entering World War I, 575 Cornell male undergraduates registered for military service. Soon after, the university began a flight ground school and many Cornell women played lead roles in the war effort.
- Skorton speeds campus carbon neutrality goal to 2035
- Proposal deadlines near for engagement, global faculty grants
- New universitywide structure revamps tech licensing office
- Does the First Amendment need a New Deal?
- Library to address Abraham Lincoln’s unfinished work
- VP sends message of condolence on death of staff member
- 01/30 - CU Music: fortepiano recital by Mike Lee at Barnes Hall
- 01/31 - CU Music: senior piano recital by Eric Tan at Barnes Hall
- 02/01 - Sketching in the Greenhouse at Cornell Plantations Plant Production Facility
- 02/01 - CU Music: Ensemble X at Carriage House Café
- 02/04 - CCS presents Nrityagram Dance Ensemble at Barnes Hall
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