Bacteria are a bit like alien invaders. But can invaders ever be a good thing?
Cornell College sophomore Jonathan Azenon from Culpeper, Virginia, a biochemistry and molecular biology and French double major, wondered if bacteria could be trained to fight for the good side.
"I'm looking at this new bacteria, a predatory bacteria, called Bdello, or Bdellovibrio, and what Bdello is doing is it likes to eat other bacteria. It's really cool. It's kind of like an alien," Azenon said.
Theatre attracts performers. But can it be a career for people who avoid the spotlight?
Cornell College graduate Maggie McClellan from Waukee, Iowa, wondered about a theatre career that was out of the spotlight. She took on the role of stage manager for a variety of shows at Cornell. Now, she’s pursuing graduate studies in theatre with the goal of working as a stage manager on Broadway when she is done.
"Being a stage manager is nerve-wracking but it’s so exciting and so rewarding. I really feed off of the vibe and energy that I get from the audience," said McClellan.
At Cornell, students take only one class at a time with a professor who is solely focused on their one class. What kind of college calendar allows for this kind of flexibility?
A) Block plan
B) One Course At A Time
The correct answer is A) the block plan, which here at Cornell has the nickname of B) One Course At A Time or One Course. We would accept either one or both as a correct answer!
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