Although I’m well aware of how powerful the Hotelie network is, this trip really reaffirmed it for me. We were 2,631 miles away from Ithaca, but still somehow felt like everywhere we went, Cornell and SHA was with us.
Through Shatterproof, the national organization that Gary Mendell ’79 founded to change how addiction is perceived, prevented, and treated, his son Brian is continuing to help others years after his death in 2011 at the age of 25.
Ed Marinaro ’72 shares his journey from Cornell to the NFL and how his values of humbleness and perseverance allowed him to earn a lifetime full of achievements.
The $6 million project was made possible by a $3 million gift in 2016 from Martin Tang and his two sisters, in response to a challenge grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies, a foundation created by Charles Feeney, SHA ’56.
Twenty students from the Hotel School witnessed firsthand how Royal Caribbean International successfully operates its cruises after they boarded the Enchantment of the Seas in February for a three-day experiential learning trip to the Bahamas.
Hotel School alumnus Court Williams contextualizes the growing trend towards food service companies using technology in previously human-filled roles.
Anne Loehr ’90, in her own words: “I’ve been a college dropout, a pastry chef, a hotel manager, and an entrepreneur – and now I work with numbers. But I’ve never lost sight of the common thread.”
Micah Green, who attended Cornell for one year before dropping out and forming his company Maidbot, gave student entrepreneurs advice in a talk sponsored by Life Changing Labs at eHub in Collegetown.