Daily Archives: August 29, 2013

The Day We Stopped Thinking of Hurricanes the Same Way: Eight Years Later

Katrina. A name so infamous it need not be preceded by the word hurricane. A name that conjures images of people rowing boats past destroyed neighborhoods, seeking shelter in a rapidly disintegrating sports stadium and desperate hospital staff scrambling to arrange patient rescue. Presently immortalized as the costliest United States storm to date, we cringe […]