Tag Archives: Academics

Shutdown Coverage: All Libraries except Carpenter Closed Effective Immediately.

Due to under-staffing, all campus libraries and study spaces (other than Carpenter Hall) are now closed. The campus library system is frequented by thousands of students every day. The libraries are mostly used for socializing, sleeping, eating, printing things, and occasionally completing course work. The decision to close library facilities Read More

Shutdown Coverage: College landmarks Ezra Cornell And A.D. White Statues Closed

The administration has effectively closed the arts quad statues of Ezra Cornell and A.D. White, citing a lack of proper resources available to secure and maintain these historic monuments. Students are prohibited from looking at, sitting near and taking pictures of the statutes, and are discouraged from “enjoying them from Read More

Shutdown Coverage: Already on Hold Goldwyn Smith Construction Progress Remains on Hold

The large construction project on Goldwin Smith Hall has been indefinitely put on hold in the wake of the recent administration shutdown. CU Nooz went down to the site to check on the out-of-work construction personnel, who remained on location eating bagged lunches and cat-calling female students. Construction worker Tony Read More

Cornell Runs out of NetIDs

In what school officials are describing as “an unparalleled crisis,” Cornell University has run out of unique email addresses to assign to its students and faculty. “This is not something we were anticipating,” admitted university CIO Ted Dodds. “But we have all hands on deck working around the clock to Read More