As the first woman of color CEO of AT&T Business, Anne Chow B.S. ’88, M.Eng. ’89, MBA ’90 manages more than 30,000 employees and helps lead a $37 billion business group that serves customers worldwide. But alongside the daily challenges of being a CEO, it also means navigating gender and racial biases.
Karen Wojciechowski, a Cornell lab technician who died on May 26 after a nine-month battle with a rare form of cancer, brightened the lives of those around her, her friends said. She was 49. After earning an associate degree in animal husbandry and a bachelor of science degree in biology, Wojciechowski came to Cornell to work with researchers in the lab of Prof. David Barbano Ph.D. ’76, food science. She later presented Cornell’s dairy science research in France and in the Netherlands. Outside of the lab, Wojciechowski had a passion for animals that was shared by her coworkers.
With the support from several campus organizations including First Generation Student Union and the Office of Academic Initiatives, Cornell organized a series of events to recognize and empower first generation Cornellians.
Despite some filler episodes and early narrative missteps, Obi-Wan Kenobi’s conclusion makes the whole series worth watching, serving as a powerful footnote for a character whose quietly tragic gravity binds the Skywalker saga together.
To make margaritas, you need lime juice, and a lot of it. Limes are not native to central New York, so I knew this would constitute the greatest sacrifice of food miles. However, due to our special occasion, I decided it was a worthwhile sacrifice. Isaac is Mexican and missing home, so I hoped this would bring him joy. As we were both very hungry, Isaac offered to help me juice the limes.
An umbrella of activist student organizations will stage a “peaceful, ethically fair and inclusive demonstration” outside of Statler Hall during Cheney’s speech to represent other political perspectives, according to Omar Din ’19.
Cornell Students for Justice in Palestine protested and held a die-in at an Israeli Independence Day celebration in Anabel Taylor Hall on Monday, angering many of the event’s student hosts and leading to arguments with Cornell Police.