Cornell Student Dies From H1N1 Complications

Warren Schor ’11 died on Friday at Cayuga Medical Center from complications relating to H1N1 influenza, according to the University.
Schor, 20, is the first H1N1 influenza-related fatality in Tompkins County, the Health Department said.
In a message to members of the Cornell community President David Skorton wrote: “We wish to convey our heartfelt condolences to [Schor’s family] and to his many friends. Please keep them in your thoughts in the following days.”
Schor was a student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.

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Green Street east of Cayuga Street will be the home of a new Gimme! Coffee, pharmacy and TCAT bus stop.

Outgoing CALS Dean Henry Discusses College’s Future

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Dean Susan Henry announced that she would step down last month, leaving the college’s administration at a challenging time. Like all other colleges, CALS must work to streamline its budget, as well as cope with a plethora of other obstacles. The Sun sat down with Henry this week.

The Sun: What were some of the biggest changes that you saw with CALS while you were in office?

Searching For Meaning

Contemplating the concept of existence leaves room for many questions. What does it mean to exist? Is there a difference between living and being alive? What is happiness? We can define what it means to be alive, at least in the scientific sense: we breathe to pump oxygen to our hearts; we consume nutrients to keep our bodies functioning. But, in order to define the existential state of living, we must go beyond this corporal aspect, something that may require personal will and enlightenment. You, the Living a Swedish film playing at Cornell Cinema this weekend, is a somewhat surrealist attempt to illustrate “the living,” people who are alive but who tread a fine line between dream and reality, between being alive and being something else altogether.

Sports Briefs 9-11-09

M. Basketball Names Tri-Captains
Three seniors will step up to share the captain title for the men’s basketball team in 2009-10, head coach Steve Donahue announced on Tuesday: center Jeff Foote and forwards Alex Tyler and Jon Jacques, who serves on the Sun’s editorial writing board. Foote and Tyler are two of the five returning starters from last year, and Jacques has been a vocal leader on the team and played in 13 games last season.
Foote is the reigning Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year after posting 7.2 rebounds per game and 2.1 blocks per game, both Ivy League-leading figures. He also bulked up in offseason while playing in the Howard Pulley Summer Pro League in St. Paul, Minn. — up to 265 from 245.