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TCU fans sit socially distant in the stands during a football game.

Game day in Fort Worth

By Renee Umsted
Published Sep 26, 2020
The Frogs returned to the Amon G. Carter Stadium amid a pandemic for their home opener against Iowa State.
Mary Ruth Jones, a cancer survivor, is escorted by the baseball and basketball team in a survivor parade in 2015

Mary Ruth Jones affects every Horned Frog she meets

By Marissa Stacy
Published Aug 26, 2020
Mary Ruth Jones goes by a lot of titles to the TCU community -- desk assistant, friend and even mom.
Employees leave the Tyson plant in Logansport, Indiana.

Tyson Fresh Meats plant leads to a spike in COVID-19 cases in one county

By Marissa Stacy
Published Jul 10, 2020
Cass County sits in Indiana's corn belt, where acres of black dirt house row upon row of corn and soybeans. But this year, spring planting was eclipsed by the novel coronavirus.
(AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

Nebraska meatpacking workers vulnerable to COVID-19

By Katherine Lester
Published Jul 10, 2020
Workers in the plants have been especially hard hit by COVID-19. While the numbers are declining, an examination of the state’s spring outbreak reveals a different story.  
Black, Latinx communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19

Black, Latinx communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19

By Cristian Arguetasoto
Published Jul 6, 2020
Black and Latinx communities in the U.S. are experiencing more cases, deaths, and fewer recoveries than affluent white communities.
Food insecurity in Austin amid COVID-19

Food insecurity in Austin amid COVID-19

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Jul 1, 2020
The food insecurity rate in Travis County is growing as COVID-19 affects people’s financial well-being and, in turn, their food stability.
Photo courtesy of Alexa Hines.

Breaking barriers: Trailblazing women in sports media

By Alexa Hines
Published May 3, 2020
Women in sports media make history. It started with two trailblazers: Lesley Visser and Melissa Ludtke.
In this photo taken on Jan 19, 2019, a doctor performs an ultrasound examination for Svetlana Mokerova in Miami Beach, Fla. Every year, hundreds of pregnant Russian women, like Mokerova, travel to the United States to give birth so that their child can acquire the privileges of American citizenship. (AP Photo/Iuliia Stashevska)

CDC: Most maternal deaths could be prevented

By TCU 360
Published May 20, 2019
Poverty and limited access to health care continue to make childbirth more risky for American women.
Senior economics major Tafari Witter.

Overcoming obstacles: graduate faces challenges inside, outside classroom

By Carolina Olivares
Published May 3, 2019
A TCU senior will walk down the aisle next weekend at graduation — something many people didn't think he'd be able to accomplish because of the life-threatening disease he battles.
The road to opioid abuse: Prescription drugs

The road to opioid abuse: Prescription drugs

By Alana Wynn
Published Apr 8, 2019
Tarrant County is thousands of miles away from the epicenter of the nation’s opioid epidemic, but health officials have created a strategy that has helped react to the crisis. This is an inside look into the rise, wreckage and recovery of the opioid crisis in Tarrant County, Texas.