Cornell SHA featured in USA Today article - "Hotel schools are in with inn crowd"

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"Cornell University's prestigious hotel school, founded in 1922 and the nation’s oldest, was once one of the few academic options for students wanting to be managers at hotel or other hospitality companies. But the thriving Cornell institution…" – By Gary Stoller, USA Today

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