College of Charleston students Lance Foxworth, left, and Dante Curcio, right, worked on an online program and walking tour that would educate South Carolinians on earthquakes and hazard preparedness. College of Charleston geology professor Norman Levine, center, oversaw their work last summer.
College of Charleston students Lance Foxworth, left, and Dante Curcio, right, worked on an online program and walking tour that would educate South Carolinians on earthquakes and hazard preparedness. College of Charleston geology professor Norman Levine, center, oversaw their work last summer. Avery Wilks. awilks@thestate.com
College of Charleston students Lance Foxworth, left, and Dante Curcio, right, worked on an online program and walking tour that would educate South Carolinians on earthquakes and hazard preparedness. College of Charleston geology professor Norman Levine, center, oversaw their work last summer. Avery Wilks. awilks@thestate.com

College of Charleston students show earthquake hazards with online program, walking tour

March 31, 2016 04:39 PM

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