Bridging Self, Community, and World
Wednesdays are a special night in Cook House during the academic year, a time for our community to come together. House Dinner from 6-7 PM is the anchor of our Wednesday night programming. Chef Adam June prepares a special menu and dresses up the dining room with linens and flowers. House Fellows join lively discussions with residents at their tables. Wednesday nights create accessible and informal opportunities for Cook residents to interact with each other and guests, enriching their intellectual life at Cornell.
Join House Professor Chantal Thomas for a weekly after-dinner discussion in the Cook Seminar Room. Cook House hosts a special guest each Wednesday evening from 7-8 PM. The format is informal, and the topics are as varied and stimulating as the extraordinary lives and minds of those who come to chat with students about the things they care most about. You can register for Cook Community Engagement, NTRES 4940, 1 cr. or come when you can!
Contact the House Assistant Dean for information about the Alice Cook Active Citizen (AC2) program.