After receiving an unprecedented volume of ballots, the Board of Elections named the official victors.

Primary Results: Van Houten Comes From Behind to Win D.A. Race, Kelles Clinches Assembly Seat

Incumbent Tompkins County District Attorney Matthew Van Houten (D) won the Democratic D.A. primary in a comeback victory over Edward Kopko, who led election night returns with 57.5 percent of the vote. Tompkins County Legislator Anna Kelles (D-2nd District) maintained her election night lead, cruising to victory in the primary race for New York State assembly.

Incoming students move into North Campus dorms in August 2019. While many Cornellians expressed excitement over the end of "Zoom University," others feel a semester of social distancing regulations and campus restrictions just isn't worth it.

Are Students Excited to Return to Campus This Fall? It Depends Who You Ask

President Martha E. Pollack’s long-awaited Tuesday announcement welcomed Cornellians back to campus, but described a Cornell that faintly resembles the one students left in March. Many say they are still thrilled to return to Ithaca in September, while others were skeptical of the reopening message, wary of what social distancing will mean in an environment built for socializing.