Career advising is not an easy task, but a well-resourced Ivy League university is the last place where students should have to fend for themselves.
Today’s challenges are not a reason to back down from our founder’s ideals, which have endured for more than a century.
As everyone tries their best to meet our challenges head-on, let’s remember to apply empathy.
As we take a brief pause from our regular lives for the storm to pass, let’s reach out to the people who make Cornell the special place that it is – our friends, staff and faculty – to express our feelings of gratitude.
In Cornell’s convoluted hierarchy of career services personnel, it’s unclear what’s more difficult: finding a career path or finding an adviser to help you identify that career path.
The self-selecting nature of chapters makes them impenetrable and – occasionally – unaccountable.
What is genuinely harmful — and requires urgent attention — are the subjective standards by which we enforce selectivity.