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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.




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



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Cornell Scientists use 3-D printing to help grow an ear – Yahoo! News

WASHINGTON (AP) — Printing out body parts? Cornell University researchers showed it’s possible by creating a replacement ear using a 3-D printer and injections of living cells.

The work reported Wednesday is a first step toward one day growing customized new ears for children born with malformed ones, or people who lose one to accident or disease.

via Scientists use 3-D printing to help grow an ear – Yahoo! News.

Cornell University Chorus is coming to Albany | March 15

The Cornell University Chorus is taking on the Northeast during Spring Break! As part of their annual tour, they will be stopping in Albany for a concert on Friday March 15th!

Commemorate your alma mater with traditional Cornell Songs, commissioned works, and a wide range of repertoire from many eras and cultures.

This year is a very special time for the Chorus, with John Rowehl’s last semester conducting the Chorus, the upcoming arrival of their new director Robert Isaacs, and the kickoff of their endowment drive, this tour is guaranteed to be a wonderful and exciting celebration of Cornell’s past, present, and future!

Date: Friday March 15, 2013

Concert Time: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 125 Eagle Street, Albany NY 12202, the Madison Avenue/NYS Museum Landmark

Cost: $10 Adult/ $5 Student.
Get Your Concert Tickets Here!

Event Contact: Olivia Gustafson ’14 and Sara Birmingham ’15, Chorus Tour Managers,

Host Chorus Members. It is a tradition of the Chorus to stay at the homes of friends and alumni on tour. If you are interested in hosting two or more Chorus women on the night of the 15th, please email with your address, phone number, and how many women you can host. The host will be responsible for picking up the girls from the concert, feeding them breakfast in the morning, and bringing them back to the Cathedral at 8:00 am.