Cornett Memories

A memory can be shared as a photograph, a story, a poem, a limerick, or a video. Do you have an entertaining memory of your undergrad years in Cornett? Are you a faculty member with a story about teaching in the Cornett?

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Rat maze?
Submitted by Eric Hamilton on Thursday, October 28, 2010

I had a political science professor who once joked that the Cornett building functions as a giant maze used by psychology students to test cognitive a Read More...

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Submitted by Linda Sweet on Thursday, October 28, 2010

Engineering Economics classes

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The Room of Requirement
Submitted by Claire Adamczyk on Thursday, October 28, 2010

It was the final year for the 2009 anthropology students. Some of us were in the honour program, some were not.

Regardless we all needed a place t

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Memories of Dr. Harold T. Foster
Submitted by Tina Rizzuti on Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Like most first-year Geography students I got my mind scrambled more than twice by the exotic maze that is the Cornett building, making me late for cl Read More...

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"The Larks Still Bravely Singing Fly"
Submitted by Barbara Routley on Tuesday, October 26, 2010

During classes in the Cornett building in the late 1960's and early 1970's I used to sit and look out on the fields and woods to the north that had Read More...

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Cornett is sometimes a metaphor
Submitted by P. Meier on Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Cornett is like 4 dogs sitting around a green velvet table playing what looks like a friendly game of poker.

I think one of the dogs is our dear f Read More...

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the fall
Submitted by Trenna Johnson on Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Guess its time for Cornett to be updated and i truly hope the grounds outside Cornett receive some attention as well.

One day after a lecture I w

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Cornett Peak
Submitted by Taylor T on Tuesday, October 26, 2010

There's only one way to the top of the Cornett building. Well one way for mortals and non-maintenance staff. To achieve the summit requires guts, stam Read More...

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Cornett Architects
Submitted by Greg Diemer on Monday, October 25, 2010

After running into, what seemed to be the umpteenth, dead end, I started to get more then a little annoyed with the lay-out of the building. I let it Read More...

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Basement, what basement?
Submitted by Aimee Griffiths on Monday, October 25, 2010

I was in my 4th year as a psyc student and thought that I had finally mastered the inner workings of the beast we know as the Cornett building, A myth Read More...

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