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Helping out in Haiti

A wave of student and faculty efforts in SA+P
Days after the earthquake, Haitians continued to search through the rubble for any sign of life.  Petionville, Port-au-Prince.
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Days after the earthquake, Haitians continued to search through the rubble for any sign of life. Petionville, Port-au-Prince.
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Photo: Talia Frankel, American Red Cross

When the catastrophic earthquake hit Haiti on Jan. 12, faculty and students from the School of Architecture + Planning were among the first responders in the academic community, much as they were five years ago when Katrina struck New Orleans.

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