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FILE - This Jan. 7, 2017 file photo, shows the Antelope Wells Port of Entry from the El Berrendo, Mexico, side of the border with southern New Mexico. (Roberto E. Rosales/The Albuquerque Journal via AP, File)

Settling in U.S. Refugees in America

By TCU 360Published March 7, 2019

Last year, the U.S. accepted the smallest of refugees since the modern resettlement program began in 1980. According to the latest number from the Migration Policy Institute, 22,491 refugees settled...

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Digital Warfare: Russia’s Attacks on Democracy

By Capstone CoursePublished September 28, 2018

Top photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire URN:38130443 (Press Association via AP Images) Recent attacks by Russia have left the United States battling on a new front. From the 2016 hacking of the Democratic...

The Houston Astros win the 2017 World Series

Former Horned Frog Reid Ryan: Houston Astros inspire recovering city

By Carolina OlivaresPublished November 15, 2017

The city of Houston experienced a series of tragic events after Hurricane Harvey hit in late August. However, former Horned Frog Reid Ryan and the Houston Astros have helped uplift the city and bring back...

TCU alumna organizes football tickets for Houston families

By Elizabeth CampbellPublished August 30, 2017

TCU alumna Rebekah Mack is organizing a drive to collect tickets to this weekend's TCU football game for anyone who has been displaced because of Hurricane Harvey. She is looking for donations of tickets...

TCU Senior Patrick Boland

By Riley KnightPublished August 30, 2017

"It's been pretty sad to see the areas I grew up in underwater, and I'm nervous for my family the next few days as the rain is going to get worse again. Luckily our house hasn't been flooded yet, but...

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Class of 2017 alumnus Kenneth Ankoma-Sey

By Caleb JakanaPublished August 30, 2017

"It's been quite terrifying seeing cars float around and hearing so many helicopters over head." Ankoma-Sey and his family's house is high enough above sea level that it did not flood, but they cannot...

The University of Houston-Downtown

By Paris JonesPublished August 28, 2017

Roads and bridges near the University of Houston-Downtown flooded.

Downtown Houston businesses

By Paris JonesPublished August 28, 2017

Businesses near Buffalo Bayou in downtown Houston were flooded.

Bay Wash Laundry in Rockport

By Paris JonesPublished August 28, 2017

The coin laundromat on Magnolia Street in Rockport, Texas, was destroyed in the storm.

TCU alumnus Matt Carpenter pledges help for Houston

By Elizabeth CampbellPublished August 28, 2017

TCU alumnus and current St. Louis Cardinals baseball player Matt Carpenter has pledged to donate $10,000 for every homerun he hits for the rest of the 2017 season. From now till the rest of the season...

TCU mother Kim Gustafson reacts to Houston emergency response

By Elizabeth CampbellPublished August 28, 2017

"As a coastal city, Houston is no stranger to extreme weather. That being said, Hurricane Harvey has caused devastation to a level this city has never before seen and we are not thru it yet. In 2005,...

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