By Ivy Wang and Hazel Weng Although, Professor Isaac Kramnick’s Freedom and Justice in the Western Tradition was ranked one of the top twelve best Pre-College Summer Programs by Huffington Post, that’s not the reason why students should take it. Prospective Summer College students should consider taking it because it offers an excellent introduction to […]Read more "Exploring Freedom and Justice with Professor Isaac Kramnick"
By Ivy Wang Jaylexia Clark, a rising Junior in the ILR school, started the pre-law club at Cornell Summer College in hopes of spreading knowledge to potential law-school goers or even just citizen-students interested in it. When asked for personal motivators, Clark responded that she has made it her “mission to help by fostering knowledge.” […]Read more "The Laws of Pre-Law"
By Cornell Admissions Congratulations! The successful completion of Summer College is right around the corner. You should take pride in all that you have accomplished and most importantly, the fact that you are members of a select group who have managed to spend six weeks in Ithaca without seeing a single snowflake! But if you’re […]Read more "Be Prepared: Getting Ready for a Productive Campus Visit"
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Photos by Isabella Dorfman Summer College students took a break from their studies on the 4th of July this week! From hotdogs to vegan wraps to water gun fights, students relaxed and enjoyed some carnival games and freshly grilled food. Check out the photos by Summer Times Photographer Isabella Dorfman:Read more "4th of July Barbecue"
Cornell has some of the world’s most brilliant minds. All are invited to attend a lecture by a faculty member this summer. Lectures are on Wednesdays in Call Auditorium, Kennedy Hall starting at 7:00pm. Summer lectures include: July 5 Glen Altschuler ” ‘The Future Belongs to Those Who Tell the Best Stories’: Advocacy Techniques […]Read more "Faculty set to share knowledge at summer lecture series"
1. The “Harry Potter” Library Located in Uris Library, the A.D White Library looks like something from Harry Potter. Studying in there feels very much like you are taking the OWL exams! 2. Collegetown and the Commons Tired of the campus food? Ithaca is a great foodie place. From Thai food to Italian, Collegetown and […]Read more "Top 5 Places to see in Ithaca without spending a dime!"