The SeniorGiftCampaign is your chance to make an impact on the Hilltop. At Cornell’s core is a tradition of philanthropy, and every year we encourage the senior class to come together and build on that tradition.
By participating in SeniorGiftCampaign you are helping to provide future Cornellians with the same unique opportunities you had.
All Gifts made to the seniorgiftcampaign goes to the Cornell Scholars Program to name a scholarship and that will be awarded to a deserving Cornell student in 2016-217.
President Brand is offering a $2,000 challenge to the Class of 2016. For every 34 senior donors he will add $500 to our overall gift up to $2,000. You can help us reach our goal of 134 seniordonors (50% of the class) by making a gift to the SeniorGiftCampaign Today!
This is an excellent opportunity to take part in the civic process and show support for the candidate you support.
All Cornell students are eligible to participate as long as you register to vote as either a Democrat or Republican in the state of Iowa beforehand. If you haven’t registered yet, you can register at the site of your party’s caucus by 6 pm with some form of identification and proof of Iowa residency (any mailing that you’ve received in your mailbox on campus will do!). You can also just observe if you don’t want to participate.
REPUBLICANS will caucus in the Cornell College gym. Arrive by 6:30, as doors will shut at 7 pm.
DEMOCRATS will caucus at the Mt. Vernon High School Commons. Arrive by 6:30, as doors will shut at 7 pm. If you’re already registered, you can take the shuttle to the location by signing up here.
Questions can be directed to Katie Wilson (kwilson) in the Civic Engagement Center!
You can now vote for Student Senate executive positions for the next year. Voting will be open for 24 hours following Friday’s speeches during lunch. All students are able to vote, even members of the Class of 2016/graduating seniors.
To vote, go to Community (vote box is on the right side panel) and select the candidates for the following positions:
President of Student Senate
Vice President of Student Senate
Chair of Appropriations
Chair of Academic Affairs
Chair of Student Life
Update: Here are the election results.
President of the Student Body:
Chair of the Appropriations Committee:
Chair of the Academic Affairs Committee:
Chair of Student Life:
Those positions for which no candidates ran for office (Chair of Organizations and Vice President of theStudent Body) will be filled by the incoming Executive Council.
The Environmental Sustainability Committee invites you to explore the sustainability efforts happening at Cornell. The fair will include projects from Environmental Club, Bon Appetit, Enactus, Environmental Studies Department, and Facilities. Come get your sustainability on! Facebook event
Bust common health myths by attending the Wellness Fair! Area healthcare providers and businesses will be on hand with myth-busting information and give-aways. Enter the drawing for a $25 bookstore gift certificate!
Has the modern age of technology taught us how to love with passion or how to forget with ease? With nameless characters and shapeless places, Love And Information explores how memories, romance and knowledge survive in our present world.