Planning student helps Historic Ithaca celebrate 50 years

Historic preservation planning student Ana Huckfeldt, M.A. ’16, helped bring local history to life during an internship with Historic Ithaca, with a project for the organization's 50th anniversary.

Urban studies field trip tours Brooklyn's changing landscape

Urban and regional studies undergraduates went to Brooklyn on a recent field trip with associate professor Thomas Campanella, taking in the borough's history and recent wave of development on a tour of key sites.

Architects shroud this year's Dragon in mystery

First-year architecture students bond through teamwork and celebrate in costume every March at their annual Dragon Day Parade. The century-old Cornell tradition continues Friday, March 25 at 1 p.m.

Cornell to strike a pose at 32nd runway show March 12

More than 100 student models will walk the runway wearing the original creations of 34 student designers for an expected crowd of more than 2,000 students, faculty, alumni and fashion fans March 12.

Smithsonian design triennial features Sabin fiber pavilion

“Beauty – Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial,” which opened Feb. 12 at the Smithsonian design museum in New York City, features a knitted textile pavilion by architecture professor Jenny Sabin.

Planning students participate in urban forum in Indonesia

Three city and regional planning graduate students traveled to Indonesia in December, to participate in the third annual Urban Social Forum and conduct research for community projects in Java.

Bamboo-based build brings safe classroom to Dominican Republic

A versatile architectural technology created by a Cornell design professor has been adopted by sustainability-minded students to build bamboo-based hurricane- and earthquake-resistant structures.

Senior's 3-D printed, sustainable clothing wins scholarship

Eric Beaudette '16 won a $30,000 Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship from the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund at a gala in New York City Jan. 12. His recyclable clothes concept is called "Recycl3-D."

Emeritus professor, sculptor Jack Squier dies at 88

Emeritus Professor of Art Jack Squier, MFA '52, an accomplished sculptor and influential mentor to Cornell students over five decades, died Dec. 31 at his home in Florida.