RePost

In Spring 2019, I was part of a cross-disciplinary class between Carnegie Mellon’s School of Design, School of Architecture, and Heinz College that explored how the framework of the United States Postal Service could be used to do social good. My group focused on civic engagement, sustainability, and women’s health to create “RePost,” a new program that transforms negatively perceived USPS paper waste into feminine hygiene products.

The semester-long class culminated with a “Postal Forum,” where project teams presented to postal service and creative placemaking stakeholders on April 26, 2019. More information at https://postalplaces.org/.

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