Tag Archives: Election

Martha E. Pollack Welcome Party Clearly Planned With Someone Else in Mind

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WILLARD STRAIGHT — Following invitations to ‘Celebrate our next female president,’ the Cornell Democrats’ welcome party for Cornell’s newly announced 14th president Martha E. Pollack seems planned with someone else clearly in mind. “A lifelong fighter for children and families, from her time at Wellesley College in the 1960s to Read More

Study Abroad Applications Now Open For Next Six Semesters

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DAY HALL— Due to recent events, Cornell’s office of Study Abroad has unveiled a new program allowing students to pursue their academic interests overseas for however many semesters they deem necessary. “Due to the newfound higher demand for longer study abroad programs, we decided to accommodate. As it stands, half Read More

Government Major Convinced He Would Probably Be Great President

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GOLDWIN SMITH HALL — Admitting that it will probably happen in his bright future, Government major Conrad Davis ’17 is convinced that he could actually be a great president someday. “I know it’s a long shot, but I’d do a good job,” Davis said, his voice resonating with the leadership Read More

Campus Glad Cornell Republicans’ Vote Won’t Count

FILE--Gary Johnson, the Libertarian presidential candidate, speaks at a rally in Reno, Nev., Aug. 5, 2016. JohnsonÕs support in the polls is a little shy of 10 percent, suggesting heÕll get that chance. Yet the former Republican governor of New Mexico is hoping to have an impact, if only by hastening the fall of his old party and the rise of his new one as a national political force. (Kevin Clifford/The New York Times)

Breathing a large sigh of relief, the Cornell community was glad to hear the Cornell Republicans’ votes will not count in the 2016 election after club endorsed Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. “It was touch and go for the past week, and we were sure this announcement was going to endorse Read More