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(Virtual) Things to Do, June 26-July 31

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(Virtual) Things to Do, June 26-July 31
Photo caption: In her exhibition “Nether Ithaca,” Ellie Beaudry, B.F.A.’20, explores issues of lead contamination at Ithaca Falls. Photo provided by Cornell Council for the Arts. Article by Daniel Aloi.

NOTE: During this time of social distancing and university life interrupted by the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Chronicle’s virtual Things to Do provides a variety of opportunities to engage with Cornell resources and programming. See the University Events Calendar for updates.

‘Democracy 20/20’ panel

Three experts on American politics will analyze recent protests against police violence and racial inequality and their implications for democracy in the United States in a virtual panel discussion, “The Protests and U.S. Democracy,” June 26 at 1 p.m. Register online for the Zoom event. […]

Virtual thesis gallery

The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) has created a virtual gallery for Bachelor of Fine Arts students in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning to show their senior thesis projects in lieu of on-campus exhibitions. […]

Garden, gorge tours

Cornell Botanic Gardens is offering new virtual tours for nature lovers, including a narrated tour of the gardens around the Nevin Welcome Center and an informative tour of the Fall Creek waterfalls, emphasizing the natural history of the gorge.

The 18-minute gardens tour features narration highlighting the history, ecological value and plants of some of Cornell Botanic Gardens’ most beloved landscapes. […]

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