100 years ago: View of Cayuga Lake from the Hill. Photo by J.P.Troy
In The News. April 3, 1913: “THE MORRISON PRIZE for poetry has been awarded to Morris Gilbert Bishop,of Ύonkers, a member of the senior class in the College of Arts and Sciences.The prize was founded by the late James T. Morrison, of Ithaca, and is one hundred dollars.”
Morris Gilbert Bishop is the author of the definitive history of Cornell.
The Ithaca community team, which includes Cornellians, pushes off from the dock to compete in a heat during the Finger Lakes International Dragon Boat Festival on the Cayuga Inlet in Cass Park in Ithaca. The Cornell Big Red Dragons, as well as teams from throughout the northeast, also competed in the ninth annual festival, which celebrates Asian and Asian-American cultures and heritage through dragon boating.