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Dragon Day Parade

Cornell Dragon Day 2012

The annual Dragon Day Parade is Friday, March 15 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. Starting at 12:30pm vehicular access to East Avenue from University Avenue will be limited to bus traffic only until 1:00pm when the parade begins. Once the parade begins vehicular access along the dragon-parade route will be restricted and bus routes may be delayed or rerouted.

Dragon-parade route:

  • – Leave Rand Hall around 1:00pm
  • – Travel east on University Ave
  • – Turn right (south) on East Ave
  • – Turn right (west) on Campus Rd
  • – Turn right (north) on South Central walkway through Ho Plaza
  • – Enter the Arts Quad between Uris and Olin Libraries
  • – Proceed to the burn site on the south side of Sibley Hall

The Cornell Police and Environmental Health & Safety ask the community to enjoy the festivities in a safe fashion. Please do not engage in behavior that might result in injury to yourself or others.

 

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This information posted: 2013-03-12 09:21:30 -0400

 

 

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Cornell Summer College

Dear Cornellian,

Do you know high school students who might benefit from college-level summer study at Cornell? If so, I hope you will tell them about Cornell University Summer College Programs for High School Students (www.summercollege.cornell.edu).

Cornell’s Summer College is one of the nation’s longest running and most highly regarded precollege academic programs. It brings nearly 1,000 academically talented high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors from around the world to Cornell each summer for three- and six-week programs.

Summer College students have the unparalleled opportunity to

experience
what it’s like to live and learn at a great Ivy League university,
take university courses,
work closely with Cornell’s world-renowned faculty,
earn three to six college credits,
explore majors and career options,
get a jump on successful college applications,
make friends from around the world, and much, much more.
In addition to the gains realized by students, Summer College contributes significantly to Cornell’s recruitment efforts by introducing a geographically, ethnically, and socio-economically diverse group of talented students to Cornell. Many former Summer Collegians apply to Cornell, and each year a significant number of these students are members of the entering class.

Please share this information with individuals or organizations you think could benefit from our award-winning program. Students can connect with other Summer College fans through Facebook and can reach us directly at summer_college@cornell.edu or 607.255.6203.

On a personal note, as the new director of Summer College (I have the privilege of taking on this position following Abby Eller’s January 2013 retirement), I look forward to working with you in the years ahead and encourage you to contact me if you have any suggestions or questions about our program.

Best regards,

Jim Schechter, Ph.D., Director, and the Summer College staff
Cornell University Summer College Programs for High School Students
B20 Day Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
607.255.6203; Fax 607.255.6665