Ben Sklar / AP PhotoHurricane KatrinaFor Ivy League grads, New Orleans is the new hip place to settle down. But not all the locals are thrilled to see the Big Easy overrun by MacBooks and coffee shops.08.19.10 1:35 PM ETBen Sklar / AP PhotoBen Sklar / AP PhotoVolunteer crews rescue the Taylor family from the roof of their suburban during Hurricane Katrina on Monday, August 28, 2005, in Bay St. Louis, Miss.David J. Philip, Reuters / LandovResidents wait to be rescued from the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans September 1, 2005.Shannon Stapleton, Reuters / LandovA covered corpse lies in the street as evacuees remain stranded outside the Convention Center in New Orleans September 3, 2005, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.Mario Tama / Getty ImagesA young boy is rescued from a school rooftop after he was trapped with dozens of others in high water after Hurricane Katrina August 30, 2005 in New Orleans, Louisiana.John Bazemore / AP PhotoRescuers use an old row boat to evacuate children and an elderly woman from their flooded homes in Gulfport, Miss., Aug. 29, 2005. Vincent Laforet, Pool / AP PhotoFlood waters from Hurricane Katrina cover a portion of New Orleans, La., Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005, a day after Katrina passed through the city. Marianne Todd / Getty ImagesThe Todd family huddles in the laundry room of their destroyed house August 30, 2005 in Meridian, Mississippi. Dave Martin / AP PhotoA woman walks through chest-deep water in New Orleans, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005.Michael Appleton / NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)National Guardsmen stand watch at barricades outside the Superdome as Hurricane Katrina victims await evacuation from the flooded city of New Orleans, La.Vincent Laforet, Pool / AP PhotoResidents seek higher ground on the roof of a home as flood waters from Hurricane Katrina cover streets Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005 in New Orleans. Marko Georgiev / Getty ImagesA woman makes her way trough a hole in the roof of a flooded house in the Lower Ninth Ward. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesDaryl Thompson holds his daughter Dejanae, 3 months, as they wait with other displaced residents on a highway in the hopes of catching a ride out of town after Hurricane Katrina August 31, 2005 in New Orleans. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesA resident sits near a burning house fire in the 7th ward September 6, 2005 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Robert Gailbraith, Reuters / LandovThousands of people displaced by Hurricane Katrina wait for buses to depart the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana September 2, 2005. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesStranded victims of Hurricane Katrina wait outside the Superdome to be evacuated September 2, 2005 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Michael Appleton / NY Daily News Archive via Getty ImagesA man injured in a fight is carried away from the Superdome, where crowds of refugees driven from their homes by Hurricane Katrina were gathered in hopes of being evacuated from the flooded-out city of New Orleans, La.Michael Appleton / NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)A National Guardsman assists people being evacuated by helicopter from downtown New Orleans to a makeshift triage center on the outskirts of the city in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesA house is seen with spray paint reading "Help! Dead Body Inside" September 7, 2005 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Rob Carr / AP PhotoRhonda Braden walks through the destruction in her childhood neighborhood in Long Beach, Miss., Aug. 31, 2005. Jason Reed, Reuters / LandovA shaft of sunlight comes in through a hole in the damaged roof of the New Orleans Superdome, on September 2, 2005.