By Ivy Wang 1.If you’re in Donlon, bring a floor lamp. Donlon does not have ceiling lights so it gets dark and gloomy in your room after 6. The reading lamps that come with the desks don’t provide enough light (although the floor lounges have lights and are a very productive place after 8). If […]Read more "Things to Pack (that they don’t tell you!) for Summer College"
By Ivy Wang 1.Find the fastest way to class and plan your day efficiently. Some classes are on the Arts Quad which is a 10-15 minute walk while others such as Business/Econ or Vet classes are 20-30 minutes away. For those with classes that are further away, you can purchase a bus pass, but a […]Read more "Top Five Things Summer College Students Wish They had Realized Earlier"
By Ashma Thomas So this ends the second week of classes here at Cornell University Summer College. Things are more definitely more hectic than the first week. You probably had your prelim exams, I hope you studied! There’s more and more homework and the lectures are becoming increasingly tiresome. Luckily the food is always good! […]Read more "How to Survive Your Second Week of Summer College"
By Sahana Narayan Did you know that kettle corn was first discovered by Native Americans? I sure didn’t. This was one of many things I was able to learn this weekend at the Ganondagan Arts Festival. The 2-hour drive, filled with naps, music, and mindless conversation, only heightened my anticipation. Before we knew it, we […]Read more "Ganondagan Gives Us Light: An Introspection on Cultural Appreciation"
Opinion by Hazel Weng For people who are amateurs to the arts like me, I thought it would be boring to visit an art museum. However, I enjoyed every minute at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, because behind the winding lines, motley colors and quaint frames, a scroll of history began to unravel […]Read more "Exploring Histories in the Johnson Museum of Art"
By Cornell Admissions For many college-bound students, the admissions selection process becomes more complex when the possibility of athletics enters the picture. If participation in intercollegiate athletics is in your plans, careful planning is as important as selecting which academic environment is right for you. Obviously, the first question you must ask yourself is if […]Read more "Taking Your Game to School: Tips for Student Athletes"
Opinion By Jared J. Makheja Business’ success often depends on behavioral changes by the employees to the ever-changing consumer. As consumer expectations alter, business’ behaviors should alter to the consumer’s needs as well. In order to best alter business practices to the consumer’s needs, businesses must employ neuroscientific tactics. Harnessing the study of the brain […]Read more "The Intersection of Neuroscience and Hospitality"