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aidankessler:

Cornell Arts Quad
9.7.14
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aidankessler:

Cornell Arts Quad

9.7.14

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princessinrecovery:

Sometimes I feel really proud to be a Cornellian #cornell #ivyleague #ithaca #cornellian #afternoon

princessinrecovery:

Sometimes I feel really proud to be a Cornellian #cornell #ivyleague #ithaca #cornellian #afternoon

— 2 days ago with 27 notes
danhickey:

A preview of winter outside Cornell’s Lynah Skating Rink. Ack!

danhickey:

A preview of winter outside Cornell’s Lynah Skating Rink. Ack!

— 3 days ago with 7 notes
janellius:

Willard Straight Hall terrace 👍 #cornell

janellius:

Willard Straight Hall terrace 👍 #cornell

— 4 days ago with 3 notes
cornellcas:

Speaker series marks 50 years of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) will celebrate its 50th year – and the university’s 150th – with a Sesquicentennial Colloquium series in the fall and spring semesters.
The series will bring to Ithaca a selection of graduate and undergraduate alumni who span a broad range of experience, disciplines, educational institutions, and government and nongovernment organizations.
“Cornell’s program in EEB has a long history of excellence, and the 2014-15 seminar series provides a wonderful opportunity to celebrate that history and to allow our current students to interact with alumni who have made important contributions to basic and applied science and to science policy,” said EEB professor Rick Harrison, Ph.D. ’77. 

cornellcas:

Speaker series marks 50 years of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) will celebrate its 50th year – and the university’s 150th – with a Sesquicentennial Colloquium series in the fall and spring semesters.

The series will bring to Ithaca a selection of graduate and undergraduate alumni who span a broad range of experience, disciplines, educational institutions, and government and nongovernment organizations.

“Cornell’s program in EEB has a long history of excellence, and the 2014-15 seminar series provides a wonderful opportunity to celebrate that history and to allow our current students to interact with alumni who have made important contributions to basic and applied science and to science policy,” said EEB professor Rick Harrison, Ph.D. ’77. 

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application-frustration:

AD White library at cornell. Aka howgarts/paradise

— 6 days ago with 41 notes
lauraass:

The library at Cornell University en We Heart It.

lauraass:

The library at Cornell University en We Heart It.

— 1 week ago with 21 notes

mylive:

Winter in Cornell, 2013/2014

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funnybunchesofoats:

Collegetown in Ithaca, NY next to Cornell University

funnybunchesofoats:

Collegetown in Ithaca, NY next to Cornell University

— 1 week ago with 134 notes
on-my-toes-for-you:

There’s only 40 more days until I call this place my home! 

on-my-toes-for-you:

There’s only 40 more days until I call this place my home! 

(Source: thefutureofwork.net)

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cornelluniversity:

Professor Jack Elliott and his class created this wood sculpture as part of the “Beyond Earth Art” Exhibit. All of Professor Elliott’s recent work is made from wood obtained from the Ithaca area and explores some aspect of the human/nature relationship, often focusing on an important environmental issue. 

cornelluniversity:

Professor Jack Elliott and his class created this wood sculpture as part of the “Beyond Earth Art” Exhibit. All of Professor Elliott’s recent work is made from wood obtained from the Ithaca area and explores some aspect of the human/nature relationship, often focusing on an important environmental issue. 

— 1 week ago with 22 notes
theredshrimp:

Arch at Baker Tower,
Cornell University

theredshrimp:

Arch at Baker Tower,

Cornell University

— 1 week ago with 26 notes