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The architects of Olin Library incorporated eight carved heads that had been salvaged from the exterior of Boardman Hall, which stood in the middle of the south side of the Arts Quad for 66 years, in the design of some exterior and interior walls for the new library building. Boardman was torn down in 1959 to make way for the new Olin Library. Learn more.
Now that the fiscal cliff and the election are behind us, policymakers should refocus their attention on the fundamental issues behind the unemployment situation, as fairly unchanged unemployment numbers released this morning continue to suggest a jobless and insufficient recovery.
Sharon Poczter, managerial economics expert and professor at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, comments on stagnant job numbers and the need to address fundamental issues behind unemployment.
It’s been nine months since Cornell University’s “Corpse Plant” bloomed, and we’re catching up with Wee Stinky, as it came to be called. Find out about how successful pollination was, where Wee Stinky’s seeds are going, and what we’ve learned about its smells.