Where on-site foodservice has the edge in labor situations
A look at how Cornell Dining leverages the strengths of the university as it recruits and trains its workforce.
Wari co-op creates space for Black women to build community
Read how the Wanawake Wa Wari co-op, commonly called Wari, helps build community for women of color at Cornell.
Second interfaith dinner aims for friendship and joy
Hosted by a new interfaith student group, the Community Care Dinner on Feb. 21 will bring Muslim and Jewish students and their allies together to build friendships and celebrate each other’s cultures.
Let’s Meditate celebrates 10 years of campus mindfulness
Open to the entire Cornell community, Let's Meditate serves to counter the rigor of classes and work, offering participants a moment to breathe and reflect.
Founded by Undergrads, Service Groups Are Still Going Strong
Meet some alums whose good works—from youth outreach to food drives—are being continued by a new generation.
Scholar to speak on intersectional justice at annual MLK lecture
Kimberlé Crenshaw ’81 will discuss the importance of understanding and addressing systems of oppression and their impact on multiple identities.
Upcoming Black History Month dinners explore intersection of plant history, cuisine
Join Cornell Dining throughout the month of February for our take on traditional dishes of the African Diaspora. Sponsored by Black Students United.
Triphammer co-op fosters community and growth for Cornellians
Get to know the Triphammer co-op on Cornell's campus and the impact it's had on residents.
Ramadan 2024 for those observing at Cornell
As Ramadan begins the evening of Sunday, March 10th, we'd like to share with you the resources available to students, staff, and faculty on campus who are observing this month of fasting.
Interested in moving to a Co-op for the 2024-2025 academic year?
If you're interested in living in a Co-op next year, the Co-op Mosey, an afternoon of open houses of the university-owned cooperative residences, will be held Sunday, February 11.
Commencement Housing reservations are now open for May 2024
Check-in begins at 10:00am on Friday, May 24, 2024 at the North Campus Service Center in Robert Purcell. Check-out is by 10:00am Monday, May 27, 2024 for all guests. Early check-in and late check-out requests cannot be accommodated.
Mystery basket challenge leads to Silver Medal for Cornell Dining chefs at Skidmore ACF Challenge
Congratulations to a group of four Cornell Dining chefs who headed to Skidmore College's 10th Annual Culinary Conference and Competition last weekend and came home with a Silver Medal.
For 75+ years, students have made Watermargin a home
A look into Watermargin's history and what it means for Cornell students today.
Annual Soup & Hope speaker series to kick off Jan. 25
It will feature six Cornell staff, faculty and student storytellers sharing their experiences of overcoming life’s challenges while attendees enjoy a free meal of soup and bread.
Students create art and community in Risley Program House
An overview of the Risley Program House and how it's shaped several students' experiences.
Banff Film Festival World Tour comes to Bailey Hall Feb. 2 and 3.
The two nights of the popular showing are sure to ignite passion for adventure, action, and travel.
At Cornell, sustainable dining tastes delicious
Serving more plant-based meals is a big win for Cornell’s goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2035.
Inside the creative collaboration of 660 Stewart Avenue
A look at the 660 Stewart Avenue co-op and what it means to students.
Andrew Lorenzen '22 named a 2024 Marshall Scholar
Andrew Lorenzen '22 is one of 51 Marshall Scholars named for 2024 and plans to study in the United Kingdom.
Cornell students give back this holiday season
A sampling of how students served the Cornell campus and Ithaca community this holiday season to do the greatest good.
December Graduate Celebration
Looking back on the Cornell experience with our most recent graduates
Just About Music Program House sets the stage for student growth
A look into the JAM program house and how it fosters musical and personal growth at Cornell.
Dan Swanstrom named 28th head coach of Cornell Football
Dan Swanstrom, the architect of Ithaca College football’s recent resurgence and an impactful offensive coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania and at Johns Hopkins University, has been named the Roger J. Weiss ’61 Head Coach of Cornell Football.
End the Semester Strong
Prioritizing your physical and mental health can lead to some amazing results during study and exam time.
Inside Higher Ed: Cornell's Let's Talk Offers Informal Counseling Consultations
Many colleges and universities are scaling mental health services and resources for students to accommodate greater need on campus. However, a summer 2023 Student Voice survey by Inside Higher Ed and College Pulse found two-thirds of students haven’t used a campus mental health resource. Among students who rate their mental health as poor, half have yet to utilize campus services.