Walking to campus Friday, a group of Cornellians stood at the suspension bridge. They paused to admire the view of the gorges — something that, until today, they were only able to look at through bars after a string of suicides in 2010 led Cornell to fence off seven of its bridges.
Baz Luhrmann tried to present Fitzgerald's commentary on the American Dream's corruption on a platter emblazoned with Jay Gatsby’s initials, but his overbearing tactics left the platter hollow, ringing with inadequacy. Emma Court ’15 reviews the film. Read more.
The Sun's founding foodie, Eliza LaJoie '13, shares the best meals she's had during her time on the Hill and offers last-minute suggestions for graduating seniors looking for one more great meal in Ithaca.