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As Iowa continues to recover from flooding, Cornell College will present an artistic response with the U.S. premiere of “The Flood, Requiem” on Nov. 8. Read More About Flood requiem makes U.S. premiere at Cornell College
The Steel Drum Ensembles program will present a concert of Halloween favorites at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, in King Chapel. Read More About Steel Drum concert features Halloween music
The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette interviewed Professor of English Glenn Freeman for a story about the launch of Cornell’s M.F.A. program in creative writing. Read More About Gazette reports on creative writing MFA program
Soprano Lisa Hearne and pianist Joyce Strabala will present a recital of “Greatest Hits” at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22. It will be Hearne’s final faculty recital. Read More About Hearne presents ‘Greatest Hits’ as final recital
KCRG-TV9 aired a story on Cornell’s adjustment to Grinnell College canceling the remainder of its football season—including the Cornell game Nov. 9. Read More About Local TV covers Grinnell-Cornell game cancellation
Poetry lovers can soon get their hands on Professor of English Glenn Freeman’s fourth collection of poems. Read More About Freeman’s new book inspires readers to see things differently
With the start of its 167th academic year this week, Cornell College welcomes not just students but nine new faculty members teaching a wide range of subjects. Read More About Cornell College welcomes 9 new faculty
John McGrane '73 spoke to the campus community as we started our first day of class for fall 2019. Read More About John McGrane ’73: Opening Convocation Speech
Professor of English Professor Kirilka Stavreva was recently elected to the Executive Board of the European Shakespeare Research Association. Read More About Stavreva elected to European Shakespeare Research Association board
Times Higher Education (THE) recently released a report in which Cornell College was listed in the top 10 for best faculty interactions with students. Read More About Cornell scores in top 10 for best faculty interactions with students
We followed Tina Michel, the first female technician employed by Cornell, for a day. Read More About One day on the Hilltop: Tina Michel, maintenance technician
Cornell College is saying goodbye to four faculty, including the last professor who had taught here on the semester system. Read More About 4 faculty complete 142 years of teaching
Students in Professor of Sociology Mary Olson’s course look through myriad lenses in order to better understand American Indians. Read More About One Course: American Indians: Culture, Activism, and Social Justice