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Food for the Community

Randi Wolf, Assistant Professor of Health Education (left), helps sort through items donated to the City Harvest food drive on December 20.
Food for the Community. Randi Wolf, Assistant Professor of Health Education (left), helps sort through items donated to the City Harvest food drive on December 20. City Harvest is a non-profit organization that works to end hunger in communities throughout New York City. TC's food drive was co-sponsored by the Dean's Office; the Office of Diversity and Community; the Department of Health and Behavior Studies; the Nutrition and Exercise Club; and the Office of Housing and Residence Life. It also included a contribution from students at the Heritage School in Manhattan.

Published Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2005

Food for the Community

Food for the Community. Randi Wolf, Assistant Professor of Health Education (left), helps sort through items donated to the City Harvest food drive on December 20. City Harvest is a non-profit organization that works to end hunger in communities throughout New York City. TC's food drive was co-sponsored by the Dean's Office; the Office of Diversity and Community; the Department of Health and Behavior Studies; the Nutrition and Exercise Club; and the Office of Housing and Residence Life. It also included a contribution from students at the Heritage School in Manhattan.
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