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1. Recalling the '93 Day Hall takeover by Latino students

Artist Chon Noriega, curator of a 1993 Arts Quad exhibition that led to the takeover of Day Hall by Latino students, recalled the events in a campus talk Oct. 28.

2. Cornell plaster casts: 'embraced, defaced and dethroned'

“Firing the Canon,” a College of Arts and Sciences sesquicentennial exhibit, explores how Cornell’s prized collection of plaster casts was “embraced, defaced and dethroned.”

3. Food systems global summit slated for Dec. 8

Academic experts and industry insiders will gather at Cornell on Dec. 8 for a global summit to discuss new approaches to emerging food system challenges.

4. Fiber science research helps small businesses

The Cornell Center for Materials Research’s JumpStart program, funded by New York state, helps small businesses solve issues with materials.

5. Law student launches campaign for African girls' magazine

Third-year Cornell Law School student Fatmata Kabia is raising funds to support the next issue of Memunatu, a magazine she founded that serves West African teenage girls.

6. CIPA students raise money for Belize Zoo

Students Cornell Veterinary School, the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs and SUNY-Cortland are raising funds for the Belize Zoo.

7. Things to Do, Oct. 31-Nov. 7

Events on campus include the Prague Philharmonic Choir in concert, writer Todd Miller on border issues, a Messenger Lecture by theater scholar David Román, and a social entrepreneurship institute.

8. Skorton lauds staff contributions to university excellence

Presenting his last annual address to staff, President David Skorton focused on the importance of staff members to an organization's strength and stability, and thanked Cornell staff for their welcoming spirit and honesty.

9. Four new MOOCs offered for spring 2015

With Cornell's four new MOOCs for spring 2015, students from all over the world can survey global hospitality management, tour technology inside your smart phone, fix ecologically broken places and explore eating from an ethical perspective.

10. Confidence propelled NYC restaurateur's career

Restaurant entrepreneur Jeff Zalaznick '05 returned to campus Oct. 23 to offer career guidance to College of Arts and Sciences student.