Frogstock gathers students for pre-finals music and games

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    TCU students and visitors gathered in the Campus Commons Wednesday for Frogstock 2013, an annual gathering put on by residence halls Samuelson and Carter to bring students together for a fun time.

    This year, Samuelson and Carter Halls teamed up with the other halls in the commons, King and Wright, and they also worked with HallCrew to organize the event.

    "The goal of having the event is to bring everyone in from across campus to the commons to build some community, enjoy some awesome live music, good food and have a good time," Michael Macias-Martinez, a junior film, television and digital media major who helped set up the event, said. 

    At Frogstock, there was live music played by junior theater major Dylan Lovett, and students had the opportunity to tie-dye t-shirts, climb a rock wall, slide down a oversized inflatable water slide or grab a bite to eat.

    "I love when events are held in the commons and I love the sense of community," Haley Parker, a sophomore social work major who stopped at the event while passing through the Commons, said.