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Marching for Climate Change

Posted: September 30, 2014

A couple of our students and faculty (and even alumni) participated in the People’s Climate March in midtown Manhattan on Sunday, Sept. 21. It was a major event, organized by a coalition of environmental groups including 350.org (whose founder, Bill McKibben, is one of the best known climate activists in the world and stood for a photo with Environmental Club Co-President Clement Wong ‘15), with an attendance estimated at 300,000 – 400,000.

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D-E Fights Hunger through Snack Packs

Posted: June 13, 2014

On April 26, “D-E Fights Hunger with Spring Carnival” took place, offering a new community service initiative, in conjunction with the Center for Food Action. In the three weeks leading up to the annual Student Government-sponsored carnival, food items were collected for the Weekend Snack Pack Drive, which provides children at risk of hunger in…

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Sophomores Unite To Fight Type 1 Diabetes

Posted: June 13, 2014

A bake sale was held on April 4 to increase awareness of Type 1 Diabetes and raise money for the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI). Matthew Weksler ’16 and Jesse Rosenberg ’16, who organized and ran the bake sale, became involved in this cause after Jesse’s identical twin brother Jake was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes…

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