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Some returning students also need aid

The new financial aid initiative is not just for freshmen. Returning undergraduate students also are eligible for assistance. Read more

Bruce Lewenstein

A need to better fund education in the U.S.

The cost of college is still too high -- not just at top universities but at public and private colleges across the country. Read more

Susan Murphy and students

Looking back from 2047

How will this year's incoming freshmen, the Class of 2012, look back at their Cornell days 35 years from now? Read more

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News from the campuses ... Campaign update ... Big Red athletics ... West Campus life ... Student activities ... Read more

Tommy Bruce

Letter from the Publisher

Welcome to the debut issue of Ezra, the new quarterly magazine of the Cornell Chronicle, produced by the Division of University Communications in collaboration with the Division of Alumni Affairs & Development (AA&D).Read more

In our winter issue

Weill Hall

Complex, modern research facilities like Cornell's recently opened Weill Hall are crucibles of ideas and innovation for the biological sciences. Weill Hall, designed by architect Richard Meier, is home to the Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology, as well as to researchers from biomedical engineering, nutritional sciences, computational biology and a business incubator.

Find out how Weill Hall was designed and how collaboration is flourishing across its open lab spaces, positioning the facility to be at the center of what is expected to be an era of innovative and exciting research breakthroughs.