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The destruction of Hurricane Sandy one year ago destroyed more than 650,000 homes.

John Lawrence, former U.S. chief of staff, spoke yesterday at the Douglass Campus Center about the long-term benefits of the Affordable Care Act.

Members from greek life organizations introduce their sponsored kid from RU4Kids to the dancers at Dance?Marathon.

Jujubee, a former contestant on “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” spoke to a packed crowd yesterday at the opening ceremonies for “Gaypril,” a month dedicated to raising awareness about LGBTQ issues.

William Field, a professor in the Department of Political Science, wants to battle legislative corruption in New Jersey.

Johnny Malpica, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, asks cashier Allison Bittner, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, about donating to Rutgers Against Hunger yesterday at the University’s Barnes and Noble.

Male students from residence halls on the College Avenue campus competed in the College Avenue Campus Rutgers Residence Hall Association’s “Mr. College Ave” yesterday in the Multipurpose Room at the Rutgers Student Center. Attendees donated money under their candidate’s name. All proceeds go to the Rutgers Dean of Students Emergency Funds.

Members of the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group protested  yesterday on the steps of Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus as a part of their campaign to end global warming. More than 12 percent of students at the University signed a petition to ask President Barack Obama to take action on the issue.

Battery cages cause stress, starvation and dehydration in hens, increasing fatalities.

Malachy Quinn, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, performs magic tricks and plays with yo-yos yesterday at the Cook?Campus Center, for the Rutgers University Programming Association’s “All the Skills I Wish I Had” event. Students were able to learn new skills that different people presented.

Joanna Wu finished sixth in her event at the Big East?Championships.

Senior Taylor Zafir enters the Big East Championships hoping for a top-eight finish in the 400-meter individual medley event. She has won the event in her final two regular season meets.

Members of the One Billion Rising movement danced on the steps of Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus in an effort to increase awareness about violence against women. The movement is a global initiative created by Eve Ensler, author of “The Vagina Monologues.”

Freshman Joanna Wu helped the Rutgers swimming diving team capture victories in the 200-meter medley and freestyle medley. Wu also placed first in the 200-meter freestyle and 100-meter backstroke.

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