Tuesday, August 19, 2008

First-Year Orientation
Public Service Project

Every year, a hardcore group of first-year students (and a few faculty members) volunteer for a public service project during orientation week. This year, students pitched in to do some preservation work on historic buildings owned by the Central Islip Civic Council. Students landscaped, weeded, painted, sanded, and cleaned to make the Council's buildings and the grounds look their best. Kudos go to the students and also to Tom Maligno, Touro's Director of Public Interest and Executive Director of the Public Advocacy Center, for organizing the project.

Here are a few pictures of this year's project and participants:

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