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Open type fonts can be used cross-platform (Mac and PC).
(A serif is a small stroke projecting from the main stroke of a character.) Highly readable, serif fonts are suitable for a number of different applications from invitations to books, especially those with running text or those that need a formal style.
Palatino, Cornell’s primary typeface, is a modern classic serif font with a large font family available in a wide range of weights
Highly readible in small text sizes, sans serif fonts are useful where the content is not predominantly running text, such as on displays and posters.
Frutiger, Cornell’s secondary typeface, is a sans serif font with organic and clean lines, easily legible. Its large font family is available in a wide range of weights.