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The Block Break is an e-newsletter produced for alumni, parents, and friends of Cornell College by the Department of Alumni Engagement College Advancement in cooperation with the Office of Marketing & Communications. The Block Break reports on institutional developments; the achievements of alumni, faculty, staff, and students; and events and opportunities for alumni.

Cornell All Call

Annually, President Jonathan Brand speaks with all Cornellians and gives them a chance to ask questions directly to him. Now in its third year, this “all-call” is a chance for alumni of Cornell, near and far, to listen together as President Brand provides an update on the latest happenings on the Hilltop and to take as many of your questions as possible during the hour.

2020 Cornell College All-Call Transcript and audio file

Alumni – Cornell College News Center
Turners provide gift of cardio training area
You might remember John Turner ’94 and Ann Loewe Turner ’94 and their candy surprise last fall.  The Turners were behind the sweet welcome gift left in the mailboxes of the new first-year students. Now, this couple is giving again, but this time it involves cardio equipment.  From candy to cardio, they’re gifting the college […]
Monday, September 26, 2022 3:19:52 PM

Lindquists extend longtime support for Cornell
Nels Lindquist ’71 and Cindy Ransom Lindquist ’71 have given $100,000 to Cornell’s Athletic and Wellness Facilities Project.
Tuesday, September 13, 2022 8:33:54 AM

Couple champions accessibility in the SAW
When the SAW opened, donors Andrew Buchmeyer ’86 and Gretchen Liebenow Buchmeyer ’88 were cheering from the sidelines about how accessible the facility is.
Tuesday, August 16, 2022 9:00:37 AM

Yanicke ’67 continues supporting Cornell students
Her love of swimming led Georgia Yanicke ’67 to choose Cornell’s sports medicine hydrotherapy area for her gift to the Athletic & Wellness Project.
Tuesday, July 19, 2022 9:00:09 AM

Shawn Henning ’96: Empowering tech access for all
When Shawn Henning '97 lost his vision he taught himself to use assistive technologies built into computers--and focused on accessibility as a programmer.
Monday, June 27, 2022 4:02:48 PM