More than a week has passed since the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, but TCU alumna Jessica Fleming, who lives in Japan, said there was still inadequate access to food and gasoline.
Fleming, who lives in Shiogama, a city about 10 miles east of the city of Sendai, which was 80 miles from the quake's epicenter, said that compared to the citizens who were homeless and those who were located within the 50-mile radius around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, she and her fiancÃÂ©'s family were doing "A-OK."
TCU's equestrian team won 12-3 on Sunday against Delaware State.
The No. 6 Frogs earned three MVP accolades with junior Victoria Lee, senior Milana Trimino and sophomore Kolby Simonson each capturing one.
Lee, along with junior Taylor Frederick and sophomore Jennifer Whitt, gained points for a 5-3 win in Equitation over Fences.
Trimino helped lead the Frogs to a 7-1 victory in Equitation on the Flat, while Simonson finished in a draw in Reining.
On Saturday the Frogs will compete against No. 2 Georgia.
As February came to an end, Black History Month concluded its month-long celebration and awareness of the history of African-Americans with the TCU National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Forum "Unsung: Other Heroes of the Civil Rights Movement."
The forum, led by Briana Saldana on Monday in the Brown-Lupton University Union, presented information about the Civil Rights Movement, racism and how African Americans have progressed over the years, freshman strategic communication major Sarah Allen said.