It's time for Cornell to redefine its weekend culture.
Why voting in Ithaca matters and impacts all of us; Ithacan and Cornellian are ultimately one in the same.
It’s not often that one has a spiritual awakening at a horse racetrack, especially one averse to gambling like me. But after attending a Bruce Springsteen concert last Wednesday at Vernon Downs, I remembered why I believe in America and our future.
In light of the recent false admissions data published by Universities, where are our priorities and what are our values when assessing a university's quality?
It is the our responsibility as students to make our voices heard and actively help shape the University into the place we believe it can be.
A call to focus on, and reform, the problematic aspects of pledging.
Jon Weinberg '13 argues that Skorton's goal to ensure that 50 percent of students have "international experience" is fundamentally flawed.
Jon Weinberg '13 questions the current lack of activism against the long-lasting war in Afghanistan — especially in light of recent events.
The University used to serve as a place for character building, and Jon Weinberg '13 argues we should work to bring that emphasis back to our daily lives.
Jon Weinberg '13 discusses the problems with unpaid internships that also fail to meet educational standards, and argues that students should not accept this status quo.