The University has created an eCornell certificate program that gives registered dietitian nutritionists the opportunity to sharpen their counseling skills to help create more positive client relationships.
Five members of Cornell’s organization The F Word attended the National Young Feminist Leaders Conference this past weekend. According to the conference’s website, its goals were to “provide young activists with the opportunity to network, grow their knowledge on pertinent domestic and global feminist issues, and fine-tune their organizing methodology.”
Six former members of the Food and Brand Lab previously told The Sun that Wansink urged his undergraduate students — some of whom had little or no experience — to use unethical research methods to produce findings that would bring publicity to the lab.
Blockers, starring Leslie Mann, Ike Barinholtz and John Cena, is showing at Cornell Cinema tonight at 9pm for an exclusive prescreening. The film, a comedy about a group of parents who try to stop their daughters from having sex on prom night, premiered at the South By Southwest Film Festival earlier this month and “did extremely well down there in front of a really enthusiastic audience,” according to producer Chris Fenton ‘93, a Cornell alumnus. In advance of his movie being screened on his alma mater’s campus, I had the pleasure of talking to Fenton about Blockers, his time at Cornell and his career as a whole:
The Sun: Is there anything about Blockers that you think works particularly well with a college audience? CF: Well it’s a rated-R comedy, and rated-R comedies aren’t made as much as they used to be, so it’s exciting to have one that actually seems to be resonating and testing well with audiences, and in particular this movie has two generations that it focuses on. One is our parents that are essentially my age, mid 40s, and then the kids in the movie, who I think really steal the show, are high school age.
Keynote addresses by Ryan Lombardi, vice president for student and campus life, and Vijay Pendakur, dean of students, highlighted campus housing initiatives and campus activism and how these areas are a priority for the University.