Devastation and Dislocation…

Call it a hurricane, a superstorm or a frankenstorm, Sandy ravaged the New York metropolitan area, leaving death and destruction in its wake and many months of recovery ahead. In the photos and unedited blog posts that follow, Baruch students reported on the unfolding horror. Also, Juliya Madorskaya details her escape from the flooding, Malynda Salamone tells of her efforts to get word on the safety of her father, who was in a nursing home in Far Rockaway when the storm hit, and Justin Goldberg and Elisha Fieldstadt recount a Lower Manhattan restaurant’s struggle to reopen.

See more storm coverage here…

Originally published on November 9, 2012.


  1. […] Much of this work was published on Blogs@Baruch course blogs, many of which are viewable outside of the class and some even outside of the Baruch community. But the stories received further exposure when the faculty editors of Baruch’s student-written online magazine, Dollars & Sense, put together a package of photographs and excerpts with the help of Schwartz Institute Multimedia Fellow Emily Johnson. See the student storm coverage on Dollars & Sense. […]

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