Every issue of Cornell Alumni Magazine presents a compelling cross-section of the intellectual and cultural life of Cornell, with in-depth feature articles and coverage of campus news, Big Red sports, books by Cornell authors, alumni events, and more. The writing is lively and engaging, and the scope is as broad as that of the University itself.Past stories included:"Solo": For much of her first nineteen years, Judy Mozersky was a dancer. Since 1990 she has been 'locked in' -- her intact mind trapped in an immobile body. Now her eyes are the only means for her to convey all the thoughts and emotions bouncing around her brain."Pop Quiz": Two Cornellians on opposite sides of the education debate -- controversial former D.C. schools chancellor Michelle Rhee and teachers’ union leader Randi Weingarten -- sat down with CAM to talk about school reform."Living History": The thirteenth Cornellian in his family, Corey Earle has become a one-man repository of University history. He offered a taste of his traveling slideshow of Big Red lore.Cornell Alumni Magazine is owned and published by the Cornell Alumni Association and editorially independent of Cornell University. You can count on an honest, unbiased look at all things Cornell. Take advantage of the app to read the magazine in a brilliant digital format wherever you go.____________________About Texterity This application is powered by Texterity, a leader in digital publishing technology, provider of hundreds of online digital publications, and coverleaf.com. Check the Android Marketplace for more apps from your favorite magazines!