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Fall Break

Hofstra just changed to a secular calendar this year. We usually get off for a bunch of the Jewish holidays but now we just get random days off to replace those. 559 more words

From Cell to Cell: The Prison in Television and Performance, Oct. 29

From Cell to Cell: The Prison in Television and Performance is a one-day conference gathering scholars, artists, and activists to explore the intersections between theatre and performance-based prison work, especially in relation to different forms of activism, and televisual representations of incarceration. 45 more words


This past summer I sat down with the PhDivas Podcast to chop it up with the hosts Xine Yao and Liz Wayne about my PhD work, my music career, and everything in between. 96 more words


From Cornell: "Improving Silicon for Future Electronics"

Cornell University

Daniel Hada Harianja

To retain its mainstay status in microelectronics, silicon must undergo improvement for advanced multifunctionality in future electronic devices.

Zhe Wang… 944 more words

Applied Research & Technology

Blood on the Tracks

I know I said I had skipped ‘Blood on the Tracks’ (a great breakup album by Bob Dylan), in Multitasking heartbreak, but I felt like listening to it today (currently playing in my headset while I “work”).   729 more words

Cornell ontdekt: samen eten werkt beter

Teambuilding is belangrijk, vinden we. Er wordt wat afge-escaperoomt en ge-puzzeltocht om teams beter samen te laten werken. Maar, wat laat teams nou echt beter samenwerken? 173 more words


409 College Avenue (Student Agencies eHub) Construction Update, 10/2016

With all these Collegetown projects wrapping up over the past few months, I may need to re-balance my update schedule. The Student Agencies renovation is complete and eHub has opened. 195 more words