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Some spring breakers helping at Jersey Shore

Students from Fairleigh Dickinson University clear a site March 13 in Union Beach, N.J., where damaged homes were razed after Superstorm Sandy.
Students from Fairleigh Dickinson University clear a site March 13 in Union Beach, N.J., where damaged homes were razed after Superstorm Sandy.
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HACKENSACK, N.J. — Hundreds of college students have descended upon the Jersey Shore during spring break this year to help with cleanup and rebuilding in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. And the state’s public architecture school is bringing its expertise to bear in offering to help local officials and groups with research and design as the area rebuilds. The project at the New Jersey Institute of Technology — dubbed Resilient Design — will look at ...


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