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Cornell Launches $5B Campaign 'To Do the Greatest Good'

The major fundraising campaign aims to shape Cornell as the model university for the 21st century and beyond, building on its foundation of world-class academics, research, and engagement — in the words of founder Ezra Cornell, "to do the greatest good."

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Environment and Sustainability

Today's Must-Have Amenity? A Little Green Space

The New York Times real estate section features 450 Warren Street, Brooklyn, a five-story condo with courtyards and open-air passages designed by Professor of the Practice in architecture Florian Idenburg and his design practice SO-IL.

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Creative and Critical Practices

Lost in a Thousand Leaves with Luca Padroni

Italian artist and long-time Cornell in Rome visiting critic Luca Padroni reflects on his creative practice and current solo exhibition, La Vida Continua, at the Museo Orto Botanico della Sapienza Universita di Roma. The series is Padroni's depiction of the human condition across time and in relation to the natural world.

 

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Lecture

Dean Erdmann: And, Apollo, October 28

Join artist Dean Erdmann, whose work combines experimental documentary, video, and sculpture to think through intersections of the personal and geopolitical.

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Lecture

Dang Qun: The Memory and Spirit of Architecture, November 3

Join Dang Qun, principal partner of MAD Architects, committed to developing futuristic, organic, and technologically advanced designs.

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Urbanism and Development

Student-designed 'TCAT to Trails' Map Plots Path to Nature

In the Cornell Chronicle, Design Connect's Emile Bensedrine (B.S. URS '23), Quinn Kelly (M.R.P. '21), Catherine Cullen (B.S. URS '21), Edward Guo (B.S. URS '23), Paine Gronemeyer (B.S. URS '24), and Devon Perlo (B.S. URS '23) have researched, designed and prepared the first "TCAT to Trails" map. A guide to outdoor adventure, via public transit, in Tompkins County.

A person walking into an archway with a sunlit lens flair peeking through.
Campaign

Cornell Launches $5B Campaign 'To Do the Greatest Good'

The major fundraising campaign aims to shape Cornell as the model university for the 21st century and beyond, building on its foundation of world-class academics, research, and engagement — in the words of founder Ezra Cornell, "to do the greatest good."

painting of lush green jungle landscape with sun through the trees
Creative and Critical Practices

Lost in a Thousand Leaves with Luca Padroni

Italian artist and long-time Cornell in Rome visiting critic Luca Padroni reflects on his creative practice and current solo exhibition, La Vida Continua, at the Museo Orto Botanico della Sapienza Universita di Roma. The series is Padroni's depiction of the human condition across time and in relation to the natural world.

 

Black text on a black background with a trees surrounding an old building next to a golden bridge.
Lecture

Dang Qun: The Memory and Spirit of Architecture, November 3

Join Dang Qun, principal partner of MAD Architects, committed to developing futuristic, organic, and technologically advanced designs.

A five-story concrete building with large windows, terraces, and green spaces.
Environment and Sustainability

Today's Must-Have Amenity? A Little Green Space

The New York Times real estate section features 450 Warren Street, Brooklyn, a five-story condo with courtyards and open-air passages designed by Professor of the Practice in architecture Florian Idenburg and his design practice SO-IL.

Black text on a tan background with a glass tire in between to chalk blocks.
Lecture

Dean Erdmann: And, Apollo, October 28

Join artist Dean Erdmann, whose work combines experimental documentary, video, and sculpture to think through intersections of the personal and geopolitical.

A large waterfall in a valley surrounded by trees.
Urbanism and Development

Student-designed 'TCAT to Trails' Map Plots Path to Nature

In the Cornell Chronicle, Design Connect's Emile Bensedrine (B.S. URS '23), Quinn Kelly (M.R.P. '21), Catherine Cullen (B.S. URS '21), Edward Guo (B.S. URS '23), Paine Gronemeyer (B.S. URS '24), and Devon Perlo (B.S. URS '23) have researched, designed and prepared the first "TCAT to Trails" map. A guide to outdoor adventure, via public transit, in Tompkins County.

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