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Cornell named 2nd most Vegan Friendly College
After several rounds of voting, Cornell University was named the second most vegan-friendly university for 2012 by PETA's Most Vegan-Friendly College and University Contest in the Large U.S. School category.
Cornell becomes first Ivy League university to earn MSC certification
Cornell University chalks up another first today by becoming the first Ivy League university to obtain the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) Chain of Custody certification.
Sushi-to-order coming soon at Ezra's and Trillium!
Cornell Dining has long offered freshly prepared sushi in our grab-and-go coolers at several campus eateries, but beginning this month, you'll be able to enjoy sushi made to order, right in front of you!
Cornell adopts new Gender-Inclusive Housing policy
In Fall 2012, the Student Assembly passed Resolution #12, “Adoption of a Gender-Inclusive Housing Policy,” which calls for gender-inclusive housing to be made available to all undergraduate students who select that option. Gender-inclusive housing is a policy that affords Cornell students the optio...
Student Staff Positions available in Campus Life Marketing & Communications!
Help promote exciting programs, events, initiatives, and services in Residential Programs, Cornell Dining, the Community Centers, and other Campus Life units. Hours: 10-20 hours per week, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
NYT food writer Mark Bittman speaking at Cornell and in Ithaca
Mark Bittman, celebrated New York Times food columnist and author, is visiting Cornell and Ithaca for a week of events in early March, most of which are open to the public.
Congrats to Jason Haus, Silver Medalist at NACUFS Culinary Competition!
Congratulations to Chef Jason Haus, who earned the Silver Medal at Wednesday night's NACUFS northeast regional culinary competition at SUNY Cortland.
Student develops Agora Hellenic Grill concept being showcased at Trillium
Healthy, delicious Mediterranean food at Trillium the week of April 22nd, developed by SHA student Martin Andonov '13.
Cornell seeking donations for 11th-annual Dump & Run
Dump & Run is seeking donations of clothing, furniture, non-perishable food, and other reusable items, through June 1st. They'll be sold in August to benefit local charities.
Latino Living Center celebrates 20th Anniversary
Cornell’s Latino Living Center (LLC) celebrates its 20th anniversary this year at the annual Latino Unity Dinner on Friday, October 18, held in conjunction with the Latina/o Studies Program.

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