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U. forges research partnership in Brazil

April 5, 2012 0 comments

The University signed a memorandum of understanding to form a partnership with the Insituto Nacional de Matemática, a preeminent mathematics research institute in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil March 26.

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Professor’s book depicts changed New Orleans

March 22, 2012 0 comments

Reading from her new book

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Novelist explores toxic language

March 2, 2012 0 comments

“You’re about to hear language as it has not been spoken before,” said Robert Coover, visiting professor of literary arts, as he introduced novelist Ben Marcus to a packed audience at the McCormack Family Theater Thursday.

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Same-sex pairs liven ballroom dancing

February 24, 2012 0 comments

J. Ellen Gainor, professor of theater and associate dean of the graduate school at Cornell, asked an audience of mostly graduate students and faculty to consider the “broad cultural repercussions” of same-sex ballroom dancing during her talk Friday in Lyman Hall.

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Festival connects art and technology

February 14, 2012 0 comments

More than two dozen performers and literary theorists came together this weekend to showcase their talents in Interrupt II, a three-day multimedia art studio that highlighted the impact of writing and performing on digital media. 

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First plays showcase new group’s talent

February 6, 2012 0 comments

Flawless beauty takes tremendous work — at least, that is the message conveyed in “Opus” by Michael Hollinger and “Speed-the-Plow” by David Mamet, the first plays to be produced by the Repertory Project, an independent theater group headed by Emma Johnson ’14 and Skylar Fox ’15. Both plays, by disparate means, showcase the role of sacrifice in the pursuit of great art. Where “Opus” explores the personal losses suffered when friends and lovers come together in playing professional music, “Speed-the-Plow” demonstrates how either morals or reputation must be lost in order to succeed in Hollywood. Both plays were performed in the Production Workshop Upspace Feb. 2-4.