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Fashion students create outfits for plus-size women

Cornell apparel design sophomores Brandon Wen and Laura Zwanziger have created a plus-size mannequin on which to design, along with a collection of clothes they call Rubens' Women.

'Folding materials' researchers earn NSF grant

Cornell researchers Jenny Sabin and Dan Luo are collaborating on a project to develop new and intricate chemical, biological and architectural materials for a variety of nano- to macro-scale applications.

Real estate award honoree to speak April 30

Gerald Hines, the Cornell Real Estate Industry Leadership Award recipient for 2013, will speak on campus April 30 in the Baker Program in Real Estate's Distinguished Speaker Series.

Three on faculty win Guggenheim fellowships

They are Brian Crane (chemistry and chemical biology), Gary Evans (design and environmental analysis and human development) and Natalie Mahowald (atmospheric sciences).

Art, archaeology highlight student humanities research

Students presented research in the humanities at a forum April 16, with projects ranging from local archaeology to art, architecture, service-learning and philosophy.

Fashion show April 27 to showcase cutting-edge designs

Students are working around the clock to prepare their original clothing designs for the April 27 Cornell Fashion Collective spring runway show in Barton Hall.

Student traces threads of prep style since 1920s

Anu Lingala '13 has prepped for prep. Her paper on the history of preppy style was accepted by a professional organization for their national conference.

First-year architects go for Dragon Day record

For Dragon Day 2013, first-year architecture students are hoping to create a memorable, inspiring event. The annual Dragon Day Parade on campus begins March 15 at 1 p.m.

Architecture journal explores uncertainty, idealism in math

Architecture’s enduring love affair with mathematics, in both its traditional and modern forms, is explored in the new issue of The Cornell Journal of Architecture.