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You too can put on figurative band-aids

Several on-campus organizations are helping victims of Hurricane Sandy, and there are also many places throughout the city that are seeking volunteers. Here are some of the ways you can help spread Halloween cheer.

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  • Sarcastic Sally says:

    @Sarcastic Sally Hey look! It’s the frats not doing anything and not utilizing their brownstones!

  • Eric says:

    @Eric Also, join the Facebook group! We’re using it to coordinate groups to go down, and post updates from various volunteering organizations as they become available. https://www.facebook.com/groups/293270687440688/

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