Called to a higher place
Entwined with the college’s long history, embedded in its mission, and alive in so many facets of campus life, the college’s relationship with its founding church cannot be defined with a singular focus. This first Cornell Report of a new era studies this enduring and essential topic from three perspectives. The first examines the intent, then and now, to build a strong foundation of church-relatedness. That consideration inevitably raises the question: how does intention and design translate to action? And finally, for these efforts to be worthwhile, they should have an impact on individuals and, ideally, on the world.