TRAVELIN’ WITH JACQUELINE | 7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Cornell

This week I’ve decided to compile a list of interesting facts (or secrets!) that I’ve gradually discovered about Cornell this year. On their own, each of these locations would not constitute a complete blog post, which is why this one contains seven. Some of these revelations are intriguing, some are quirky and one is chilling… so let’s get started!  

1) Underground Tunnels

It wasn’t until perusing Reddit that I found out that there exists under Cornell a network of underground tunnels. There’s (a) Ezra’s Tunnel, which runs between Risley and Rand Hall; (b) a tunnel connecting Olin and Uris Libraries; and (c) a tunnel running from the Plant Science Building to Weill Hall, beneath Tower Road.