Katrina: Lessons from a disaster
It’s been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the New Orleans region. USC experts find there’s much to be learned from the catastrophe, and much to be done, too.
The university’s $700 million residential and retail project — set to open in fall 2017 — is quickly taking shape, thanks to prefabricated panels that are quickly giving the buildings their signature red-brick look.
The university’s newest school welcomes its debut class: a diverse group of 33, from aspiring choreographers to hip-hop dancers to ballet dancers to contemporary dancers. Coming soon: The Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center.
We’re supposed to get earthquakes in Southern California. But why do they happen in places aren’t along tectonic plate boundaries, unexpected spots like southern Missouri? USC scientists figured it out.