CIPAC, J Street, SJP Hold Gaza Protests on Empty Ho Plaza

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HO PLAZA- In response to the recent fighting in Israel’s Gaza Strip, students from campus organizations CIPAC (Cornell Israel Public Affairs Committee), J Street, and SJP (Student for Justice in Palestine) held organized rallies on an otherwise empty Ho Plaza Tuesday. “We think it’s really important that students be informed Read More

With Retirement of RedRover Secure, Cornell IT Encourages Campus to Switch to EduFoam

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ITHACA- Over the course of the summer, Cornell Information Technologies has sent out a series of emails explaining the retirement of the campus Wi-Fi network RedRover Secure and encouraging users to switch to EduFoam, a liquid-foam spray that provides connection to the internet when applied directly to a laptop, tablet, Read More

Student Researcher Discovers 70 New Kinds of Sweat

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ITHACA, NY — Last Tuesday, rising Junior Archie Spruce published the findings of his research detailing a remarkable 70 (previously undocumented) new kinds of sweat. Spruce is spending the summer in Ithaca conducting his research as “the humid, jungle-like temperatures” provided ideal experimental conditions. “We are pleased to publish the Read More

Global Warming Skeptics Silenced By Summer

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CHESAPEAKE, MISSOURI — Recent reports have shown that the arrival of summer and the associated rising temperatures have led many former non-believers to accept global warming as truth. “Back in the winter, it was very, very cold,” explained Marion Fletcher, a rising senior chemical engineer and self-described frequent weather observer. He Read More

Student Desperate for Non-School-Related Excuse for Not Keeping Up On What’s Happening In Iraq

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ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY- Rising Junior Gabriela Ramos has entered a state of panic caused by her inability to reasonably justify the fact that she knows nothing about the current tense state of affairs in the Middle-Eastern country of Iraq. “During the academic year, I can usually brush off things like Read More