The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is on the search for a new Ronald P. Lynch Dean to lead over 3,800 undergraduate students, 1,000 graduate students, 23 majors, 42 minors and 1,500 courses of study.
CUTonight effectively ceased to exist this semester after most of its members resigned. This dissolution prevented student organizations from accessing its over $100,000 budget for student events in the fall semester.
To the Editor:
In response to the recent letter to The Sun about the corporate backgrounds of several members of the Presidential Search Committee, I would suggest a different focus in thinking about the committee. The members, by definition really, love Cornell — they are giving their time and financial support to it and, at the same time, are putting up with complaints and criticisms from fellow alumni and others, all with good humor. Why do they do this? Because they do love the University. And they love it because of their experience here as students; that experience was mainly as undergraduates.