IN PHOTOS | SBWU Day Hall Occupation, May 11 and 12, 2023

4:55 p.m., May 11 | “First Contact”Nick Wilson ’26 (center) and Evan Sunshine ’24 (right) talk with Ryan Lombardi, vice president for student and campus life, in the Day Hall lobby. (Julia Nagel/Sun Photography Editor)

5:13 p.m., May 11 | “Finals”Kieran Adams ’24 sits in the Day Hall lobby and studies for an oral exam, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Adams took the exam over Zoom while in the building. (Julia Nagel/Sun Photography Editor)

5:56 p.m., May 11 | “Workers Uniting”Wilson talks with gathered protestors during the occupation of Day Hall. (Ming DeMers/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

6:53 p.m., May 11 | “No Progress”Lombardi leaves the Day Hall lobby after talking with protestors for a second time during the occupation of Day Hall. (Ming DeMers/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

7:09 p.m., May 11 | “Building’s Closed”Starbucks Workers United demonstrators continue to occupy Day Hall after Dean of Students Marla Love informed demonstrators that the building would officially close at 6 p.m. (Julia Nagel/Sun Photography Editor)

7:56 p.m., May 11 | “Officers on Scene”Cornell University Police Department officers walk towards the room of protestors camped out in the Day Hall lobby.

A Month in Photos | Nov. 2022

A voter enters Ithaca Town Hall on Election Day on Nov. 8. At the local and state level, the 2022 midterm elections brought sweeping victories for the Democratic party, with the notable exception of the New York District 19 House race. (Jason Wu/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

President of Iceland Guðni Th. Jóhannesson uses a water bottle and cup to illustrate a point about international fisheries management during the “Can Small States Make a Difference?

A MONTH IN PHOTOS | Sept. 2022

Construction workers take a break from work on College Avenue on Sept. 6. The road running through the heart of Collegetown has been the center of heavy construction work since early in the summer. (Claire Li/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

A student holding a pride flag walks through a field of American Flags during ClubFest on Sept. 11.

Suncast Episode 3: ‘Tis the Season of Shots — a Look at the COVID-19 and Flu Vaccines

In this episode of Suncast, Emma and Anil break down why it’s important to get a flu vaccine and how the University handled the COVID-19 outbreak at the start of the semester, featuring an undergraduate student, a Ph.D. student and Prof. Beth Rhoades, immunology. Aimee Eicher ‘24 and Kaitlyn Lee ‘25 contributed reporting to this episode.


E: Welcome to another episode of the Cornell Daily Sun’s official podcast, Suncast. In this episode, Anil and I will be revisiting COVID on campus, talking to students about their experience in quarantine and university support, protective immunity, and comparing the COVID vaccine to the annual flu vaccine, as well as going into how the flu shot works. I’m your co-host, Emma Rosenbaum, and I’m a senior editor on The Sun. A: And I’m the other co host, Anil, and I am The Sun’s assistant managing editor.

THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS | Oct. 17, 2021

Students and families walk through West Campus during fall break on Monday. Students made the most of their days off in many different ways — they studied for exams, spent time with their families, ran ultramarathons, watched movies and visited friends. (Leilani Burke/Sun Contributor)

On Monday, bolted-together logs, part of a Cornell-approved temporary art installation by Bushra Aumir ’22, block one of the slope paths. The project was inspired by the U.S. government’s 1960 seizure of the Ohi: yo’ Territory, which was inhabited by the Seneca Nation of Indians. (Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

A student walks by 312 College Avenue, a Collegetown apartment complex, on Wednesday.

THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS | Oct. 3, 2021

On Wednesday, a student walks by the Welcome Center towards North Campus. As temperatures dip, fall colors are starting to show around campus. (Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

Students exit the Collegetown 7-Eleven on Wednesday. After six years of renovations, the store—an accessible and affordable option for students—unveiled its new interior in early September. The renovations included an expanded shelf stock, twice as much floor space, a bigger counter, a seating area and more drink machines.

THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS | Sept. 12, 2021

On Tuesday, a student relaxes under a tree on the arts quad. (Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

Students pass by the new Student Agencies apartment building on Wednesday. After more than a year of construction, the luxury apartment complex is fully occupied this year. (Hannah Rosenberg/Sun Photography Editor)

On Wednesday afternoon, a rabbi shares a treat with students after blowing a shofar on Ho plaza to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. (Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

The line for COVID testing at the Willard Straight test site stretches far outside the doors and across Ho Plaza on Wednesday.

THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS | Sept. 5, 2021

On Tuesday, students eat and work outside on North Campus and enjoy the nice weather. As part of the North Campus Residential Expansion, two new dorms — Ganędagǫ Hall and Toni Morrison Hall — were completed over the summer and are occupied this fall by first-year students. (Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

In a typical year, Balch Hall is a dorm for first-year female-identified students. But this fall, it is being used as Covid quarantine housing. On Tuesday, the courtyard sits empty, blocked off to through traffic.

THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS | Aug. 29, 2021

Students walk up Ho Plaza on Wednesday, the day before the fall 2021 semester began. (Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

Outside of Anabel Taylor Hall, Cornell Hillel hosts a Welcome Back BBQ on Wednesday. (Julia Nagel/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

On Wednesday night, the eve of the fall 2021 semester, Cautious Clay performed on Schoellkopf Field. Sponsored by the Cornell Concert Commission, this concert signified Cornell’s first in-person musical performance since the start of the pandemic. (Ben Parker/Sun Senior Editor)

Cautious Clay, whose music spans a variety of genres and instruments, sings on Schoellkopf Field on Wednesday night.

Suncast Episode 2: Arts Off the Hill — Ithaca’s Vibrant Music Scene

In the second episode of Suncast, Senior Editor Emma Plowe ‘23 comes on to talk about the music scene in Ithaca. We discuss the different music events that go on outside Cornell’s campus, how students can get involved and how the pandemic has impacted local musicians. The episode also features Elizabeth Steuelke, the lead singer of a local band, and her thoughts on why she loves Ithaca and how she got into music.