As Cornell considers geothermal heat to warm campus, an Icelandic engineer told a green backstory for how his country abandoned coal and then set standards to achieve blue-ribbon blue skies.
- Things to Do, Oct. 21-28, 2016
- Cornell Dairy to launch campus co-op
- Masten to give Gottschalk Lecture on Marlowe play
- Lecture to tackle link between politics, religion in U.S., Nov. 3
- Lindseth Climbing Center unveiled in rededication event
- Police commanders and officers honored for achievements
- Faculty tout benefits of living-learning communities
- Movie posters reflect changing views of witchcraft
- Provost launches initiatives supporting 'radical collaboration'
- 10/21 - For Students Only: Masquerade at the Museum at Johnson Museum of Art
- 10/21 - CU Music: organist Anna Steppler at Anabel Taylor Hall
- 10/22 - CU Music: Chorus presents Twilight Concert at Bailey Hall
- 10/23 - CU Music: Elizabeth Lyon, cello at Barnes Hall
- 10/26 - ILR Online: Disability Inclusion Across the Employment Process at online