I got a postcard from Tulane with a "Before" and an "After" picture, referring presumably to Katrina. However, they're the same picture. Literally. The cloud in the background has been changed a little, but every leaf on both the trees in the shot are in the exact same position relative to each other and to the building. No way does that happen over a span of an hour of calm weather, let alone after a hurricane.
Don't get me wrong, it's great that they're able to get running again so quickly, and obviously they'd want to make that clear to prospective applicants, and this was probably a good way to emphasize that. I just thought it was funny that they seem to imply that the pictures are from before and after the hurricane, when clearly they're not.