Salma Heram, George Washington University
The storm’s path of destruction has left many frustrated and upset, even more so than its predecessor, Hurricane Katrina.
Briana Byus, Biola University
Can this newer technology help stop the natural disaster from taking over the country?
A natural disaster in the state still haunts locals and reminds them of their ability to rebuild after destruction.
Sophie N. Munoz, University of Texas at San Antonio
It’s crucial to keep safety supplies in a convenient place, because natural catastrophes don’t always provide a warning.
Amber Amortegui, Palm Beach Atlantic University
What do I remember from second grade? Hurricane Wilma.
Jamie Lovley, University of Maine
The home rental service allows individuals to register their homes as emergency shelters, bringing new meaning to ‘loving thy neighbor.’
Angela Fraser, CUNY Brooklyn
The debate over which organizations are trustworthy and why we need to lend a helping hand.
Crissonna Tennison, UCLA
If scientists are positive that the West Coast is due for a catastrophic weather event, how seriously does that rule out Portland for post-grad?
Mattie Winowitch, Waynesburg University
Here’s how to be smart when figuring out how to actually help with Hurricane Matthew—and any other natural disasters, really.
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