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1. Reunion looks to set class, overall attendance records

Reunion 2015, June 4-7, is shaping up to set attendance records from several of the oldest and youngest classes, with events including an Olin Lecture with Junot Diaz, MFA '95.

2. At Commencement, Skorton confers 'generosity of spirit'

President David Skorton gave his final commencement address, telling graduates that they leave Cornell with the most 'advanced and up-to-date knowledge' the faculty could impart.

3. Graduating students soak up final hours at Cornell

Under brilliant blue sky peppered with wispy clouds and comfortable temperatures, Cornell University graduated its 147th class May 24, sending about 6,000 accomplished women and men into the future.

4. Kelly: In tough times, 'think about my wife, Gabby'

Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, retired astronaut and U.S. Navy Capt. Mark Kelly, delivered the Senior Convocation address May 23.

5. Giffords, Kelly to help celebrate Cornell's 147th Graduation

Cornell's 147th Graduation Weekend highlights include the Senior Convocation Address by Gabrielle Giffords, M.R.P. '96, and her husband, Mark Kelly and the Commencement Address from David Skorton.

6. Students to showcase new computer games at May 15 event

The public is invited to watch and play at the annual Cornell Game Design Showcase, May 15 in Carpenter Hall. The showcase features PC and mobile games created by students in various classes and independent studies.

7. Inauguration of Elizabeth Garrett set for Friday, Sept. 18

The inauguration of Cornell’s 13th president, Elizabeth Garrett, is set for Friday, Sept. 18. The installation ceremony will take place on the Arts Quad at 10 a.m., followed by a communitywide picnic on the Ag Quad.

8. Cornell 'family' bids adieu to Skorton, Davisson

Bow ties, the Big Red Marching Band, a giant clock tower cake and a long line of well-wishers filled Barton Hall May 1 to bid President David Skorton and Professor Robin Davisson a fond farewell after nine years at Cornell.

9. Charter Day: 'The perfect capstone to an historic year'

Thousands gathered in Barton Hall Monday to mark Cornell University's 150th birthday and its impact on higher education, New York state and around the world.

10. Present, past leaders look to higher education's future

Past and present Cornell presidents took the Bailey Hall stage during Charter Day Weekend to offer insights on some of the most pressing issues in the future of higher education.