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The Betches are coming to Cornell!

Betches Media was founded in 2011 by Cornell University alumni Aileen Kuperman, Samantha Fishbein, and Jordana Abraham as a WordPress blog and has since expanded to a robust humor and entertainment company across multiple platforms, boasting over 6.3 million followers on Instagram (@betches).

Their new book, WHEN’S HAPPY HOUR?: Work Hard So You Can Hardly Work offers tailored, unapologetically honest, and practical advice on how to get a job, advance in your career, what to know about starting your own company, and insights into the dynamic between men and women in the office. As successful business women, the founders share their triumphs, struggles, and all the advice they have learned along the way to guide you through every aspect of work-life, whether you’re a student about to enter the working world, transitioning into management, or thinking of starting your own company.


Winter Graduation Senior Days Events

winter gala for the class of 2019

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In celebration of winter and our graduating class, the Senior Days is hosting the first Winter Carnelian to celebrate the winter graduates of Cornell Class of 2019. Tickets will be open Monday November 26th. Join us for a night of food, drinks, photos, and dancing!

2019 Paint & Sip Night

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Come to Senior Paint and Sip on Sunday, December 9 in Willard Straight Memorial Room and spend your evening painting beautiful winter landscapes! We will provide canvases and acrylic paint. There will also be free food and a cash bar.

Hurry up and RSVP since there is a limited number of spots!


Looking for a ride to/from Syracuse Airport for Winter Break? Check out Cornell Bus Services! We provide transportation to and from Syracuse airport so you can catch your flight out of town and then find your way back to Cornell. Pickup locations available on North, West, and Collegetown. Book a bus ride soon because tickets run out quickly!
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Cornell University Class Councils (CUCC) is one of the only organizations on campus where every student is a member. CUCC’s mission is to foster a sense of unity and pride within each of Cornell University’s four undergraduate classes, as well as Cornell as a whole, during the four years students are on campus. The sense of unity and pride is fostered through a series of events and programming designed to appeal to the diverse nature of our campus community.