From the Registrar’s Office:
Because the new Registration System is a first come, first served, “live” process, waiting to figure out how the system works while you are registering for classes is not a good idea.
Come to one of these information sessions to learn how Registration will work and get your questions answered.
Students with at least 21 credits
Tues., March 15, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in Hedges
Wed., March 16, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in Hall-Perrine West
Students with between 11 and 20.99 credits
Tues., March 15, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. in Hedges
Wed., March 16, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in Hall-Perrine West
Students with fewer than 10.99 credits
Tues., March 22, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in Hall-Perrine West
Wed., March 23, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. in Hall-Perrine West
You’re almost done with this block! Here are some events happening on campus this weekend that will hopefully let you de-stress.
Friday, February 26
- Black Student Symposium on the OC, All Day
- Meditation, 11:15, Allee Chapel
- Women’s Basketball vs Grinnell, 3:30, Sports Center
- A Man of No Importance (Theatre Production), 7:30 PM, Kimmel
- Slick Shoes Cabaret Night, 8 – 10 PM, Zamora’s
- Moonlight Cafe, 10 PM – 12 AM, Zamora’s
Saturday, February 27
Sunday, February 28
If you want to be included on future Weekend Events roundups in the future, make sure to submit a request to the Master Calendar here or submit a marketing request here!
A message from Cornell’s own radio station, KRNL 89.7fm:
Get the band together and get ready for a show! KRNL is ready to showcase the talent Cornell has to offer! In order to participate in the KRNL Battle of the Bands, members of Linn County and Cornell community must submit a youtube video showcasing the talents they expect to showcase at the Battle of the Bands, happening March 25th! Youtube links can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Follow KRNL on Facebook to stay up-to-date on announcements about this event!
Do you have questions about spending Spring Break on campus?
You can probably find the answer on our spring break web page HERE or contact the Residence Life Office at Res_Life@cornellcollege.edu!
For example, here’s the advised checklist of things to do before leaving campus:
If you are leaving for break, we encourage you to:
Turn off and unplug appliances (refrigerators and aquariums may remain plugged in)
Remove all trash from your room and take it to a common area trash can in your building
Close and lock all windows (pipes could freeze and burst if windows are left open)
Turn off alarm clock
Turn off lights
Lock your door
Are you concerned about your eating – or are others concerned about you? Cornell students: click here to take a free, confidential screening online to see if you may have symptoms of an eating disorder.
?s: Counseling Center, x4292 (319-895-4292)
Join TWRG as they welcome local doula and Cornell alum Becca Anderson for a dinner and discussion about what being a doula is, the services that doulas and midwives provide, and a variety of other reproductive health-related topics. The event will take place Wednesday, February 17, from 6:30-7:30 PM in Ringer Dining Room.
If you (or a friend!) is looking to gain leadership and/or work experience on campus, here are some opportunities!
The following offices on campus are hiring students. Get your applications in! (See specific deadlines under each description):
PAAC Executive Board
Serve on the campus programming board & plan events for students on campus! Gain experience in event planning and marketing; make great connections on campus (and off!); and have a lot of fun doing it. Positions start next block and continue for one year. No previous experience necessary, but a technical chair and budget manager are needed in addition to event planners! [Positions are unpaid]. Applications are due on Wednesday, February 17th at 11:59pm. Email ELarson16 if interested or visit the PAAC office (next to the printers).
NSO Peer Advocate
Be part of the New Student Orientation team by helping next year’s first-years settle into their lives at Cornell! Applications are available in the Student Life Office and are due Friday, February 19th. Email ABaumanPower for more information or see this post.
Career Assistants @ the Career Engagement Center
The Career Engagement Center is looking to hire a dynamic staff who can effectively engage students in their own career development. Career Assistants are expected to serve as leaders, helpers, and be a resource person for those who utilize the services of the center. CAs need to have a variety of skills including time management, communication, and problem-solving. To apply for the position, visit JIVE or email email@example.com by February 29th.
The information desk is looking to hire first year students. Previous work experience is helpful but not necessary. If you are interested, pick up an application at the info desk, fill it out and return it by February 29th.
Marketing/Technical Assistants @ the Student Life Office
If you have marketing or technical expertise (or a desire to learn and help promote student life on campus!), we want you! Work study not needed. Read more about position descriptions here. Email resumes to ABaumanPower by March 2nd.
Be a part of the New Student Orientation Team!
Applications are available from NOW until February 19th.
Stop by the Student Life office across from Zamora’s to pick up and drop off your application! More info on the process here.
ALSO interested applicants need to attend one of the following Info sessions:
Wednesday 2/10/16 @ 11:00 am
Friday 2/12/2016 @ 3:30 pm
In RINGER DINING HALL!
?’S Contact: @GGump18, @AMendez17, @CRossier18 or @JWolfe17
Choose to fast from lunch every Friday during Lent (10 Feb-27 Mar), and Bon Appetit will donate the food cost of that meal to Feed My Starving Children. That money will be used to feed twelve starving kids in countries around the world.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up!
Research on Personality and Executive Function
Researchers at Cornell College are investigating the relationship between personality traits and executive function. If you agree to participate, your involvement will include a single-visit to the Department of Psychology laboratories on the fourth floor of Law Hall, lasting approximately 30-45 minutes. Study procedures include completing questionnaires and performing an attention task.
You must be 18 to 24 years old to participate. If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please contact the principal investigator, Andrew Crow (ACrow16@cornellcollege.edu).