The Cornell Daily Sun presents the most noteworthy articles published in print and online from Oct. 1 to Nov. 15 in one convenient place.
The shooter of former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords M.A. ’96 (D-Ariz.) was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole at an emotional hearing attended by Giffords and other victims.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that several state banks will modify student loan payments and waive bank fees for those affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Despite strong opposition for hydraulic fracturing in the Ithaca area, anti-fracking candidates were resoundingly defeated Tuesday in races throughout the Southern Tier.
After the recent string of sexual assaults that shocked the University, a group of Cornell students recently started Big Red Walkshare, an initiative to encourage students to walk home from campus late at night in groups.
With gaffes, satire and Saturday Night Live skits, the 2012 presidential campaign season was one for the history books … especially when it comes to comedy.
The candidates for the 23rd Congressional District argued over how "Obamacare" effects Medicare.
New York State has pushed back the deadline for voters to request absentee ballots for the November 6 general election as millions of New Yorkers continue to recover from Superstorm Sandy.
While Cornell’s Ithaca campus was left largely unscathed by superstorm Sandy, some of the University’s facilities in New York City were damaged or left without power in the wake of the storm.