The Residential Collage: The Shaping of Cornell's North Campus

by North Campus Faculty Living-Learning Programs

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Sun, Sep 18, 2022

1 PM – 2 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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This walk explores over a century of development on Cornell's North Campus. Beginning in the 1910s, the logistics of housing women at a coeducational university initiated a half century of construction north of Fall Creek. In 2001, new buildings, reconfigured space, and programming transformed North Campus into a first-year student landscape. And now, an unprecedented construction of 2,000 beds, fitness centers and a 1,000-seat dining facility defines a residential campus for first-years and sophomores. Viewing the many lives of North Campus, we will consider gender and style, buildings and spaces, and the stylistic collage we now inhabit.

Meet Roberta Moudry '81 in front of the Tang Welcome Center.

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Co-hosted with: Tatkon Center for New Students

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