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The Sesquicentennial Commemorative Grove was formally dedicated Oct.17, 2014, as part of the Trustee Council Annual Meeting and Homecoming weekend.
Sitting on the upper rim of Libe Slope with a view of Cayuga Lake, West Campus, and countless sunsets to come, the grove honors the university's first 150 years with a timeline of key events in Cornell's history engraved into a walkway, and memorable quotes from Cornellians carved onto benches. The landmark was made possible through generous gifts by members of the Cornell University Board of Trustees.
The ceremony included remarks by Peter Meinig '61, Nancy Meinig '62, Isaac Kramnick, Robert Harrison '76 and Natalie Rosseau '16, with a performance by members of the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus.