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UAlbany students help after Sandy

University at Albany students, many with ties to New York City, sprung into action delivering supplies and cleaning out damaged homes after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the coast.
University at Albany students, many with ties to New York City, sprung into action delivering supplies and cleaning out damaged homes after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the coast.
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University at Albany students, many with ties to New York City, sprang into action delivering supplies and cleaning out damaged homes after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the coast. Claudio Gomez, senior academic adviser for the Educational Opportunity Program, said he started organizing relief efforts the day after the disaster. Seeing the devastation reminded him of the flooding that occurred in his mother’s Cobleskill home last year during tropical storms Irene and Lee. “It brought back memories. ...

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