A menacing winter storm is threatening the Cornell campus today as students finish up the last of their finals, but not to worry, the majority of Cornellians are already home or in transport. The latest from the administration is as follows: “Cornell University officials are monitoring the approach of a significant winter storm expected to arrive in the Ithaca area in the early morning hours this Sunday, Dec. 16.” Find out more at the “Special Conditions” website. Wouldn’t it be ironic if school closed after everyone has left?
But enough about the weather. This is the inaugural blog post of the carnelian post, a new attempt at understanding and covering Cornell and college news, brought to you straight from the deepest depths of the eminent Cornell Daily Sun. Ever wonder what that loud banging noise is coming from The Straight on Saturday afternoons? Is the wines class actually the most failed course at Cornell? We’ll try to answer all these questions and more, soon as I manage to escape Ithaca. Stay tuned.
the carnelian post is a blog written by Sun Senior Editor Julie Geng, who can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to send questions or comments her way.