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FROM THE EDITOR: Up to Bat

Twenty years old and retired — that’s the dream. For the 137th Editorial Board of The Cornell Daily Sun, this will become our reality as we step back from checking Slack and our emails every 30 seconds to give a new set of editors the chance to make The Sun shine. During the process The Sun so fondly knows as compet, these editors-to-be will step up to the plate and take on the late nights, take out the Oxford commas and work toward being elected into an editorship on the 138th Editorial Board. Though it will be a very stark change of pace for those of us on the 137th Editorial Board, we will take a step back, to allow these editors the chance to learn and grow. Come March, they lead The Sun into a new year with their names glowing brightly on the masthead that has held its former editors’ names since 1880.

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FROM THE EDITOR: Make The Sun Shine

Bittersweet. As we transition into another changing of the seasons on The Hill, we open our arms to an entire new class of bright minds with untapped potential. A whole new journey packed with transformative experiences and endless growth is beginning for thousands of new students and we at The Sun are ready to experience it alongside you. We are thankful to our now graduated staff, editors and business associates who helped carry The Sun through their tenure and left it burning as bright as ever. But we are ready to keep burning bright.

The Vagina Monologues will return to Bailey Hall on Feb. 9.

Vagina Monologues to Return to Bailey Hall

“The Vagina Monologues,” based off the 1996 Obie-award winning play written by Eve Ensler, will be filling Bailey Hall. The Vagina Monologues is an annual production sponsored by Cornell Women’s Resource Center, according to the event’s Facebook page.

Max Greenfield will speak at Bailey Hall on February 2 as part of Cornell Hillel's Major Speaker Series.

‘New Girl’ Star Max Greenfield to Speak at Cornell

With an Emmy and a Golden Globe nomination under his belt, actor and New Yorker Max Greenfield will be coming to the University on Feb. 2 to speak about his career and Jewish identity. Greenfield is best known for his role as “Schmidt,” who played opposite actress Zooey Deschanel in the television series New Girl. According to IMDb, Greenfield’s other notable works include supporting roles in Veronica Mars and Greek. He has also held recurring roles on Gilmore Girls, Boston Public and The O.C.
In 2010, Greenfield created, produced and starred in The Gentlemen’s League, a comedy series about a fantasy football league he ran in real life, according to IMDb.