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From Cell to Cell on the radio

WRFI staff member Ke Ouyang attended the conference From Cell to Cell: The Prison in Television and Performance on October 29th held by the Cornell Performing and Media Arts department that I co-organized.   28 more words

Cornell has a radio for the whole world with software filtering

Researchers at Cornell University have developed a new type of radio-on-a-chip that could mean cheaper, more flexible wireless systems. Smartphone makers could, for example, use the technology to make a single model of each phone that works anywhere in the world.Single-chip radios have become a popular choice for communications hardware in the last decade because most characteristics of the radio are determined through software, not discrete hardware components. 94 more words

All-Nighters and Second-Hand Yarn

It’s hard to grasp that I am almost halfway through my Executive MBA program. The last eight months have flown by or perhaps I didn’t notice the time passing. 703 more words


Skating at Cornell

I took figure skating lessons in elementary school. I remember being okay at it but loving every single second, and wanting to learn everything. By the time my mom convinced me to quit, I had my crossovers and outside 3-turns. 620 more words

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5 Weeks of Crazy Legs

I had the great opportunity to go to 5 workshops taught by none other than Crazy Legs, an integral member of the original bboy community when it became a thing in his childhood in Bronx. 393 more words

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Transfer #5, here we come

Today’s the big day – our 5th transfer, this time a frozen embryo transfer. As I write this I am waiting for the call from the doctor’s office confirming that we’re doing day 3 (today) versus day 5 (Friday – which is unlikely. 267 more words

Knights Bring Seven into Semifinals with Nine All-Americans

Day one results of the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championship can be found below. Results are sorted by team.

Central College:

125 – CJ Pestano  1,136 more words

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