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1. 'A rarity most beloved': Shakespeare folios on display

For one day only, April 23, Cornell Library is putting all four of its 17th-century folio editions of William Shakespeare's collected plays on display to celebrate the Bard's 450th birthday.

2. Cornell's chemically engineered cars win again

Cornell engineering students won the Northeast Regional Chem-E-Car competition with model cars controlled entirely by chemical reactions.

3. Ready for your close-up with Ezra?

Take part in a video shoot celebrating Ezra Cornell's birthday and his university's Sesquicentennial April 23, 4:45 p.m. sharp to 5:20 p.m., on the Arts Quad.

4. Advocate for people with disabilities wins Truman scholarship

Teresa Danso-Danquah ’15, an ILR School student who has worked on advocating for people with disabilities at Cornell nationally and internationally, has been named a 2014 Truman Scholar.

5. Corporate greening starts with trained students

Cornell students are learning how to arrive at the 'triple bottom line' – fusing profits, people and the planet – to run a smart but green business.

6. Cornell synchrotron receives up to $100M in NSF support

Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source has received its requested National Science Foundation grant renewal of up to $100 million over five years, securing the national X-ray facility’s near-term future.

7. Panel tackles lessons of Rwanda genocide

Cornell faculty, a U.N. official and a survivor of the Rwanda genocide reflected on the 20th anniversary of the catastrophe on campus April 18.

8. Climate Action Plan steps up sustainability strategy

As the global importance for a low-carbon economy grows urgent, Cornell has posted its most aggressive carbon-reduction strategy to date: the Cornell Climate Action Plan Update and Roadmap 2014-15.

9. Things to Do, April 18-25

Events this week include Cornell Yamatai's annual concert, 'Far From Canterbury' at the Schwartz Center, Roby Lakatos Ensemble in Bailey Hall, and a lecture on tennis legend Arthur Ashe.

10. Biology major Katharine Leigh '15 wins Udall scholarship

Katharine (Kat) Leigh '15, a biology major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has received a 2014 Morris K. Udall Scholarship.