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News and stories about Cornell and Cornellians. Editorially independent of Cornell University.
News and stories about Cornell and Cornellians. Editorially independent of Cornell University.

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For more and more Cornellians, travel abroad is an essential college experience. Some of those students shared their experiences with CAM's Alexandra Bond '12 in the March/April issue.

If you don't get the print magazine, you can read our online version, but the version in print is far prettier! Pay Class Dues to subscribe to the print version -- hold Cornell in your hands, six times a year!

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"In April 2011, the New York Times Magazine ran a cover story that asked a pithy, pointed question: Is sugar toxic?"

Read our cover story in your print issue, page 38! If you haven't seen this in your mailbox, maybe you're not a class member! Pay your dues, to receive the magazine!

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For the first time, you can subscribe directly to Cornell Alumni Magazine. Visit http://cornellalumnimagazine.com/subscribe to select one or two year subscriptions.
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Did you receive your magazine yet? Flip to the story on page 22: "Stardust Memories," by Franklin Crawford. Visitors to Carl Sagan's grave honor the astronomer with mementos, including a galaxy of 'pale blue dots.'
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A bit of history for ‪#‎ThrowbackThursday‬: the lore behind the University's ceremonial mace.

"The Mace consists of a tapered silver shaft surmounted by a golden terrestrial globe. The silver ribs surrounding the globe symbolize the universality of Cornell's interests and the worldwide affiliations of its faculty, students, staff, and alumni. At the top of the shaft, the Cornell Bear holds an oar. The University Mace and Baton were first presented as the symbols of university authority at the Inauguration of President James A. Perkins in 1963 and have been used at Commencements and Inaugurations since then."

From http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/presidents/view_item.php?sec=1&sub=1
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Over the years we’ve had many requests from alumni to include their photos in the Class Notes — photos we’ve unfortunately been unable to fit in the magazine. In order to provide a forum somewhere for these wonderful photos, we have created an online Alumni Photo Gallery! Photos can now be submitted at the link below.

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The more things change (Touchdown), the more things stay the same (attitude!).

#ThrowbackThursday  

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Please welcome one of our summer interns, Christina Lee '18, as she debuts in RedAllOver.

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Throwback to 1917...the recently completed Fuertes Observatory stands as one of the only buildings on North Campus.

(Courtesy of @FuertesObs on Twitter.)
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Associate Professor J. Robert Lennon talks about writing on his favorite media - Tomoe River paper - in APR's Marketplace Morning Report. 
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