Partnership feeds area families amid coronavirus woes
Cornell partners with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier and the Greater Ithaca Activities Center to collect and distribute much-needed meals for food-insecure families.
Cornell Health ready to combat coronavirus
Cornell Health’s more than 220 staffers are supporting patients and clients on and off campus
Mini Meal Plans available for students who wish to dine on campus
Cornell Dining is making special Mini Meal Plans available so students remaining on campus or in Ithaca can take advantage of our eateries to enjoy a healthy meal between virtual classes or pick up snacks.
'First, but never alone': Cornell Joins First-Generation Initiative
Cornell Dining precautionary measures due to novel coronavirus
We're making these changes to help safeguard the health of all students, staff, and guests.
Take Us Home! Convenient meals to go, ready to heat and eat
Another long day of work or class! What's for dinner? Let Cornell Dining do the cooking!
Yusef Salaam promotes value of resilience, faith in annual MLK Lecture
Criminal justice activist Yusef Salaam, one of “The Exonerated Five” wrongly accused and convicted in the Central Park jogger case in New York City three decades ago, offered wisdom and hope to students and community members in the 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture, Feb. 17 in Sage Chapel.
Chef Gordon Baker talks Chili Cook-Off on ESPN Ithaca
There will be both meat chili and vegan chili this Saturday.
Cornell Dining team comes home from Skidmore with gold medal
Four Cornell Dining chefs came home from the Skidmore Culinary Competition with a Gold Medal!
Student Services IT Wins Amazon GameDay Award
Tad Merchant, Dr. Werner Vogels (Chief Technology Officer, AWS) and Eric Grysko receiving the AWS GameDay award.
McCormick's runs the table with Chowder Cook-Off Win
With last weekend's "Best Meat Chowder" nod in the 10th Annual Downtown Ithaca Chowder Cook-Off, McCormick's has now earned honors in Ithaca's three major food events.
Franny’s: A Quiet Surprise
"As an advocate of Franny’s, I believe there are many reasons why you should go out of your way to visit."
Kessler Presidential Scholars Program comes to Cornell
To benefit first-generation students, Fred and Judy Wilpon—friends of Cornell who have given significant support and service to the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Baker Institute for Animal Health—have established an Irene and Morris B. Kessler Presidential Scholars Program at Cornell. Set to begin in fall 2019, the Kessler Scholars Program will identify 20 academically talented, community-focused undergraduates each year to participate in a multi-tiered system of support, community, and financial aid, administered by Student and Campus life, through the Dean of Students Office.
Study & Finals Weeks meal plans are available now for the first time!
Sign up now for special Study & Finals Weeks meal plans, exclusively for students not currently on a Cornell Dining meal plan.
Bonus BRBs! Add $50 and get $10 free
From December 2-11, add $50 to your BRBs and get a bonus $10 added in January.
Intricate sand mandala on Cornell's west campus will represent compassion for all
It will take two monks from the Namgyal Monastery of Ithaca five eight-hour workdays to create a four-foot circular Mandala of Avalokiteshvara, or Mandala of Compassion, and when it's complete, the intricate work of art, featuring millions of grains of brightly colored sand carefully arranged to represent the sacred home of Avalokiteshvara, the deity of compassion.
Gold Medal for Cornell Dining team at Chef Culinary Conference
Four members of Cornell Dining's culinary team headed to UMass Amherst last week for the Chef Culinary Conference, and they came home with a Gold Medal following the ACF Market Basket team culinary competition.
Not so Impossible! 13,401 burgers in a year is a lot of sustainability
Looking for a meaty burger without the meat? In the year since we launched the 100% plant-based Impossible Burger last spring, we've sold 13,401 of them at three Cornell Dining eateries. It's all part of our commitment to the "Menus of Change" principles of healthy, sustainable eating!