Hurricane Florence

Arina Ogeinko

September 25, 2018

Filed under News and Features

Hurricane Florence is a Hurricane that is currently barreling through the Carolinas. At first it was rated as a category four hurricane, but was eventually downgraded to a tropical storm cell. The hurricane, which was 400 miles...

Hurricane Florence: The Aftermath

September 25, 2018

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Over time, the US has seen some pretty major and devastating hurricanes. Perhaps the most famous of them was hurricane Katrina, which struck New Orleans in 2005. There was also hurricane Sandy, which devastated much of the New...

Florence Sweeps In

Rebeka Ewusie

September 25, 2018

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  Hurricane Florence made its unexpected descent into the southeastern United States, primarily North and South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Maryland, and Florida in early September. It has already uprooted many from th...

Hurricane Damage in Northern States Less Intense Than Predicted

Nina Khoshkish

September 25, 2018

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On September 14, 2018 at 7:15 a.m., Hurricane Florence made landfall in North Carolina as a Category 1 storm. As it travelled through the Carolina’s, it downgraded to a tropical storm, and eventually a tropical depression.   Four...

Helping out

Malayka Ghauri

September 25, 2018

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Water up to 30 inches, homes and businesses still without power. Thirty seven dead, “...with 27 of those deaths in North Carolina,” the associated press reports, from ABC. That is the works of Hurricane Florence. Florence...

Severe Weather Events

Jack Brodrick

September 25, 2018

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A 2017 Investopedia article classifies beach houses as “an excellent return on investment (ROI).” Yet, with the increasing frequency and intensity of severe weather events around coastal regions one might think that the adverse...

Hurricane Florence: An Indicator of Climate Change

Amira Balala

September 25, 2018

Filed under News and Features, Showcase

Every day, Americans are flooded with new devastating reports on the record breaking hurricane battering the Carolinas. Hurricane Florence’s most devastating impact seems to be water as WTOP reports that “a staggering 18 trill...

Hurricane Victims staying at home by Choice

Nisha Jha

September 25, 2018

Filed under News and Features, Showcase

North Carolina was recently hit by Hurricane Florence and now Charleston, SC. Suburban Streets look like overflowing rivers, and winds are snapping and howling wildly. Susannah Cullinane and Cassie Spodak from CNN, that 18 people have already been k...

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