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1. Mission Big Red Flag: Simulated flight, real sweat

Flight simulators, programmed by a talented ROTC cadet, take Air Force One on a perilous mission.

2. USDA designates Cornell as obesity prevention hub

Cornell's Northeast Regional Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Center of Excellence has won a $856,250 award to fight obesity.

3. University mourns death of senior Ilan Rasooly

Vice President Susan Murphy offered condolences to the Cornell community on the death of Ilan Rasooly, a 20-year-old senior in the School of Hotel Administration.

4. Humanists celebrate 50 years of 'sensational' discourse

Former Society for the Humanities fellows who have influenced pedagogy, research and trends in humanities scholarship will return to campus for a two-day conference Oct. 31-Nov. 1.

5. NYC restaurateur visits Oct. 23 to discuss careers

Jeff Zalaznick ’05, co-founder of Major Food Group, will visit campus Oct. 23 as this semester’s Arts and Sciences Munschauer Career Series speaker.

6. Cornell scholars discuss lasting effects of WWI

Government professors Jonathan Kirshner and Valerie Bunce took on the legacy of WWI in an Oct. 20 talk at the Cornell Club New York.

7. Sesquicentennial cheer rings out on campus: '1-5-0!'

Homecoming Weekend’s Oct. 17 fireworks-dance-party-history-lesson-laser-paced-celebratory-throng in Schoellkopf Stadium did more than kick off the 150th-year observances for Cornell in Ithaca.

8. Two on Weill Cornell faculty elected to Institute of Medicine

Weill Cornell Medical College physicians Lewis C. Cantley and Catherine Lord have been elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.

9. Cornell's endowment gains, and pays out more

Careful management and generally favorable market conditions significantly increased the value of Cornell’s long-term investments, which include the university’s portfolio of endowments, in fiscal year 2014.

10. 'Cornell on Trial' recalls cause of Day Hall takeover

Chon Noriega will deliver a sesquicentennial lecture, “‘Cornell on Trial’: The University and the Creative Arts, Revisited,” on Oct. 28 at 4:30 p.m. in the English Department Lounge, 258 Goldwin Smith Hall.