Charlie Hebdo crossed the line between satire and hate speech in its depictions of the prophet Muhammad.
The Cornell Catholic Community sponsored a panel discussion regarding solitary confinement with representatives from the New York Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement on Feb. 1.
Sophomore Emily Behrmann-Fowler is the first to pursue both a both a Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance and a Bachelor of Science degree in theater arts management, which she will finish in 2016 and 2017, respectively.
The Rev. George Coyne, former director of the Vatican Observatory in Tucson, Ariz., spoke Monday at Cornell University in a lecture titled “The Dance of the Fertile Universe: An Interplay of Science and Religion.”
“Sweeney Todd,” produced by Cornell University’s Melodramatics Theatre Company, will run Oct. 31 through Nov. 7 at Risley Theatre.