Welcome back to Wake Up Cornell!
In case you're unfamiliar with the show, it presents news summaries on National and Cornell topics, as well as your weather, sports, and events. Music is mixed in.
Don't Ask Don't Tell is Repealed
Cornell Professor Designs New Vegtables
Please Note: There were a few technical errors. Please pardon ...
The final Wake Up Cornell! for the year.
The US Captures Osama bin Laden
Big Red Bikes is Launched
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Osama bin Laden is Dead: In case you haven’t heard, Osama bin Laden was killed in a raid conducted by US Navy Seals according to a surprise announcement by President Obama Sunday night. Osama was found in Pakistan. The announcement was met with joy by many Americans, who gathered to show their support outside the White House, at Ground Zero, and in Colleget...
Japan: The nuclear emergency crisis level at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has been raised to a 7, the highest level on the International Nuclear Events Scale, which equates to a "major release of radioactive material with widespread health and environmental effects requiring implementation of planned and extended countermeasures." This is the level...
This Week's Highlights:
The 2011 Cornell Convocation Speaker is Announced
Sixty Percent of an Iowa Town is Destroyed by a Tornado, But All Residents Survive
An Update on Japan
Hosted by Jennifer Schlesinger
Congratulations to the Class of 2015
The Latest on the US’s involvement in Libya
Happy Birthday iPad!
March Madness Continues to the April Finals
My apologies for low quality, the usual recording computer was not working, so I used my cellphone.
Keith Olbermann ’79 told anecdotes about his time on the hill, gave a special comment on the importance of strikes and labor unions, and controversially answered questions in front of a packed audience in Bailey Hall on Tuesday. The political and sports commentator, known for his show Countdown on MSNBC, graduated from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and...