Over the course of the last two months, local police charged two men with larceny for motorcycle thefts that occurred on Cornell’s East Campus. Four motorcycles were reported stolen in October 2018, valuing together at about $7,500, Cornell Police said.
Following the theft, they doubted whether they would even reach their $500 goal for Sunday, but through shared social media posts, they were met with an “incredible” response, Tarannum Sahar ’20 explained.
There are many aspects to “adulting” that I’ve learned over the past two years since my acceptance to Cornell. I applied for a student visa and traveled alone on a plane for the first time, set up and started managing my own bank account, signed my first housing contract with a landlord, got my first paid job, began to shop for groceries and cook regularly — the list could go on. I thought that achieving such milestones allowed me to become one step closer to adulthood, that I had done a pretty good job of making it through these rites of passage. I was completely wrong. One thing that I had discarded was a sense of concern for safety.