The land — 0.6 acres situated in the Fall Creek neighborhood — was initially leased to the owners of the apartment complex previously known as Gun Hill apartments, who used the land as a parking lot, according to Simon Allen, associate vice president for asset management.
Cornell had one of the largest showings at the Clinton Global Initiative University in Chicago in late October. Twelve Cornell students and alumni went to meet individuals from all over the world to discuss ideas and share their experience in launching social ventures.
“Professor Wansink committed academic misconduct in his research and scholarship, including misreporting of research data, problematic statistical techniques, failure to properly document and preserve research results, and inappropriate authorship,” the investigation concluded.
After the Office of Judicial Affairs found the Big Red Marching Band had instances of incoming section leaders taking shots of barbecue sauce or other condiments, the organization was issued a written reprimand and had to create a transition guide.
Until recently, the muddy fields of U.S. women’s rugby have been largely uncharted. Women’s teams have developed since the mid 20th century and gradually gained popularity with players and fans. Particularly at the collegiate level, U.S. women ruggers (rugby players) are proliferating. Escalating interest in women’s rugby has prompted several Ivy League universities to elevate their women’s club rugby teams to the NCAA varsity level, concomitantly vesting players with the resources, support and privileges of varsity athletes. Last Tuesday evening, 11 players from the Cornell women’s rugby team met with me to discuss their mission of transforming their sports club into a varsity team.