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Ithaca: Top town for students

In its annual College Destinations Index, the American Institute for Economic Research has named Ithaca No. 1 on its list of the 75 best towns and cities with populations under 250,000 to live in if you’re a college student. Locations were chosen from an analysis of the 222 metropolitan statistical areas with student populations of 15,000 […]

The Big Red (and green)

Cornell is listed among the nation’s greenest colleges – and cited for its active sustainability-minded student groups – in the Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges for 2010-11. The guide, presented in partnership with the U.S. Green building Council, profiles colleges and universities with the most eco-friendly campuses. Cornell’s listing highlights the multidisciplinary Center […]

Big Red value

The new Web site WiseChoice – self-described as “the most comprehensive online college guidance solution currently available” – puts Cornell’s statutory colleges on the top of its “Top 10 ‘Value’ Schools” that “parents and students should consider in their searches.” “Parents and students often think that smaller, lesser known schools might not offer a complete […]

Praise for Cornell’s library, food

Cornell is among the best schools in the country when it comes to library, campus food and career placement services, according to the 2010 edition of the Princeton Review’s annual college guide “The Best 371 Colleges.” Cornell placed sixth in libraries; ninth in campus food; and 15th in career services. Princeton Review is a private […]

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