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.

Quarantine Cookout: How Coronavirus is Changing the Dynamics of Summer

What does sand in the winter and not being able to find parking in front of your house have in common? They’re both indicators that you live in a beach town. Summer 2020 is undoubtedly one for the books. From lost internships to canceled vacations, everyone is feeling the effects of coronavirus in some way or another. These feelings are felt all the more deeply in a beach town.

Child Psychology Research In an Age of Social Distancing

For scientists at the Cornell Early Childhood Cognition Lab — which studies how children learn through their experiences — social distancing meant shifting studies and data collection online through emailing participants and developing game apps to observe child behavior.