Tag Archives: Hurricane Sandy

Distress? No, De-Stress

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 Get counseling to deal with stress, depression, and the dreaded finals week  by Daniel Friedman For any college student, stress is always on the menu. At the City College of New York, Student Health Services (SHS) is lending a hand. A counseling fellow at SHS, Brian Mueller has been hosting “The De-Stress Group” in Shepard Hall […]

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Not Overcome by the Storm


Special Report: When Sandy Hits Home, part 2. Read part 1 here. When a classmate disappears during a natural disaster, what would YOU do? by Ashley Duchemin Three days after Hurricane Sandy hit, something hit me. I had been texting my best friend, Bennett D. Bennett (above with the author), continuously and hadn’t received a […]

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Big Banging of the Big Apple

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 Sandy wasn’t the first; some of New York’s hurricane history by Ashley Duchemin Sandy left 43 dead in New York City alone and thousands of others without homes or power. But it hasn’t been the only hurricane to devastate the City. Did you know about these storms? The Long Island Express September 1938 was a […]

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Making Up for Lost Time


 Hurricane Sandy prompts revised fall schedule; get the details here by Erika Gomez Hurricane Sandy took the tri-state area by surprise with its powerful winds and strong water currents. For the first time since the terrorist attacks New York City was at a stand still. Subways were flooded and trains were out of commission. That […]

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Defending Against the Next Sandy–And More


            City Never Sleeps by Ryan Wallerson CCNY Landscape Architect Offers Storm Surge Defense Alternatives- Within the context of geographical impact and death toll, Hurricane Sandy was not Hurricane Katrina. However in this world, it’s all about location; Sandy slammed into one of the most expensive and important parts of […]

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Blown Away


Special Report: When Sandy Hits Home A CCNY student puts his life together after Hurricane Sandy As Told to Ashley Duchemin; Photographs by Samantha Wendorf Bennett D. Bennett is a lower junior in the public relations and advertising major at CCNY. He lives in Edgemere, Far Rockaway. His house and the area around him were […]

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Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy In Harlem

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A view from the street. Text and photos by Eitan Negri Harlem escaped much of the worst havoc Sandy wreaked. But not all of it. Trees fell, windows blew out and streets flooded. Here’s a look at how Harlem fared. Hurricane Sandy was the largest Atlantic Hurricane to date, and we all witnessed the damage […]

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NCAA Bound, The CCNY Women’s Soccer Team Are Champions! And More


City Never Sleeps By Joyce Li The 2012 season for the CCNY Women’s Soccer team was nothing short of amazing as they broke school records and won a CUNY championship game against top-seeded, College of Staten Island. The Beavers held CSI scoreless and the MVP winner, Dzindzi Asamoah-Wade scored her 20th goal of the season to […]

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Pay to Post?

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 Students discuss proposed fees for Facebook by Shanika Sealy During Hurricane Sandy and the presidential election, many turned to Facebook to share their hopes, fears, comments and photos. But what if the social networking site charged users for posting? Facebook took a step toward becoming a fee-for-service site earlier this month, when officials announced that […]

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Welcome Back Post-Sandy–How You Can Help, Subway Update and More


 City Never Sleeps by Emily Goldblum Coming Back to Reality First things first, hope everyone’s well. If you need any help or advice post-Hurricane Sandy, please click here.  Also, don’t forget about FEMA, the American Red Cross, NYC311 and also for Staten Island specifically: Recovers.org. Please, if you have anything to give or need anything, even […]

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