Support Cornell’s historic preservation students at the Pretty Creepy Pub Crawl on October 19

(Image: HPP/Cornell)

(Image: HPP/Cornell)

This Friday, October 19, the Preservation Studies Student Organization (PSSO) is hosting its third annual Pretty Creepy Pub Crawl to raise money for the organization. Participants will follow clues in a scavenger hunt that will take them around Ithaca’s landmarks (with plenty of stops at the bar, or course). There will be a prize for best costume and a prize for the first person to complete the scavenger hunt.

Festivities will kick off at 6:30 p.m. in front of the Big Red Barn. Tickets are $10, and event organizers Carolyn Gimbal (cjg273@cornell.edu) and Kaitlin Mitchell (kam475@cornell.edu) are accepting payments by cash and Venmo. Find them in the HPP lounge (Sibley 102) or reach out by email before Friday to get a ticket.

Learn design software from fellow CRP students at Friday Free School

As important as it is to cultivate a nuanced understanding of zoning codes and postcolonial planning epistemology, it’s nice to have some practical design skills on your resume, as well. To that end, three enterprising and generous CRP students have agreed to teach their classmates the fundamentals of InDesign, Illustrator, and SketchUp over the course of three Friday afternoons for this semester’ edition of Friday Free School.

MRP students Josh Rotbert, Rhea Lopes, and Kristen Collins will each be leading a class. This year, sessions kick off October 26 in the computer lab on the third floor of West Sibley (officially the Barclay Jones Lab).

Here’s the sign-up link for sessions (which are open only to current CRP students, sorry!). More info on the classes can be found on the flier below:

(Image: Elyse Belarge‎/Cornell CRP)

(Image: Elyse Belarge‎/Cornell CRP)

Hope to see you there!

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