What is your favorite TCU memory?
“Freshman and sophomore year, a bunch of friends and I would go late at night and play Sardines [a game like hide and seek] on the academic side of campus. We’d hide in the most awkward spots in Sid Rich[Sid W. Richardson Building], in the stairwell behind the library and even in a storm drain next to Beasley.”
Anthropology major Stefanie Grows from El Dorado Hills, Calif.
“I was living with all my best girlfriends last year and on a snow day we all went outside and played and we went sledding. We had this really fun snowball fight.”
Communication studies and photography double major Hannah Scheideman from Fort Worth
“Frog Camp, hands down. It’s where I met everybody that goes here. I got to meet the best leaders on campus.”
International communication major Miguel Ortega from Jefferson
“My favorite TCU memory had to be when College GameDay was here last year and we beat Utah. The whole city and school had a vibe to it that made the whole experience surreal.”
Secondary education in social studies major Pat Keiser from Hinsdale, Ill.
“Christmas tree lightings at TCU and cheering for the Frogs in football.”
Psychology major Tiana Hauber from Dallas