Share Your Sandy Experiences

November 04, 2012

Sandy ocean surface wind speeds courtesy ISRO/NASA/JPL-Caltech

Sandy ocean surface wind speeds courtesy ISRO/NASA/JPL-Caltech

Per President Bharucha's letter of November 1st, we invite the Cooper community to submit their photos and stories of Sandy for a shared record of the experience.  With enough submissions these will be collected and posted on the cooper.edu website.

Where were you when the storm hit?  What did you see before, during and after?  How did you keep yourself occupied during the following week?  What will you remember most?

Please provide your full name and Cooper class or affiliation along with your submission.  You can send your images and recollections to news-tips@cooper.edu or you can post them on our Facebook page.

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