Cornell Prison Education Program gives Auburn inmates new hope

This article was originally published on Just Ithaca.

Sally McConnel-Ginet, Professor Emerita in Linguistics, hugs a member of the Class of 2012 at the Graduation Commencement of the Cornell Prison Education Program. (ROBYN WISHNA / 2012 Cornell Prison Education Program)

Sally McConnel-Ginet, Professor Emerita in Linguistics, hugs a member of the Class of 2012 at the Graduation Commencement of the Cornell Prison Education Program.
(ROBYN WISHNA / 2012
Cornell Prison Education Program)

For many modern-day high school students, graduating with a college-level degree is simply the next logical step in life; but for the 15 students of Cornell Prison Education Program (CPEP) who will graduate on Dec. 10, it means a better chance at a jail-free future. Continue reading

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Botox Gains Traction in Treating Chronic Migraines After Study Presented in May

By Lauren Mazzo and Sally Young.

Walking into a room with bright lights; texting on her iPhone; inhaling a spritz of perfume; being surrounded by loud music: each of these everyday occurrences has set off a migraine for Rebecca Plotkin, 18-year-old Ithaca College student. Her only relief has been a treatment commonly used by older women looking to stay young: Botox.

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