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CORNELL IN THE NEWS!!
Cornell students have been learning through virtual reality during the last year as a result of a STEAM grant from the Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU3). This school year, students in Mrs. Susan Dunning and Mrs. Megan Fuga’s classes have immersed themselves in biomes through a collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center (ETC). Click the link below to read more about the project and how the students have been responding to the project. http://hechingerreport.org/one-high-poverty-district-adding-virtual-reality-classrooms/

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Wyatt Fiedler Recognized by DMAC

Congratulations to high school senior, Wyatt Fiedler. Wyatt was recognized with a “Founders Award” for his work in his journalism classes at Cornell by the Digital Media Arts Consortium (DMAC) at their spring event. Wyatt has decided to pursue a career in sports journalism and he will be attending Robert Morris University in the fall. Way to go Wyatt!
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Artists Recognized

Congratulations to Nick Czepiel, Alexis Peterson, Sharlyn Barrett, and Malia McShane Langston for being selected to share their works of art at the Scholastics Art and Writing Exhibition for the Pittsburgh Arts Region. Over 1,700 works of arts were submitted from Allegheny and Butler Counties. Both Sharlyn and Malia received the Gold Key award for artwork that they had created over the past two school years. The Gold Key award is the highest award that can be given to a work of art in the Scholastics competition. Their pieces will automatically be submitted for consideration for the National Medalists award in early March. Nick Czepiel and Alexis Peterson received Honorable Mentions for their pieces of artwork.
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