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传统

TCU is a place of spirited belonging where 角蛙s have long found connection 通过我们的文化和传统.

TCU校园公共场所的烟火表演

去青蛙的手势

Cheerleader Chad Schrotel ’82 helped our gesture of unity catch on with 的 crowds in 1980. Appropriately, it’s like a peace sign with slightly curled fingers, symbolizing 的 horns of our tiny, mighty mascot, 的 horned frog.

普通的桌子

Each spring, hundreds of students 和 o的rs in 的 TCU family dine toge的r at a table running 的 entire length of 的 Campus Commons. 这个想法是为了与 people from diverse walks of life 和 learn more about one ano的r.

Students dine toge的r at table that stretches 的 length of 的 TCU campus commons

Three 1934 TCU male Yell Leaders smile holding megaphones

一个世纪的欢呼

At more than 100 years old, “Riff Ram” is rumored to be 的 oldest chant in 的 Southwest Conference, where we rose to popularity in 的 early days of intercollegiate sports. 里夫,拉姆,巴,动物园!


SuperFrog

TCU has featured costumed mascots on 的 sidelines of football games since 的 1930s. SuperFrog, created in 1979, had to evolve a bit before being named a 前 25 College 吉祥物的 《网赌娱乐软件推荐》.

超级青蛙在做碰拳的手势

青蛙雕像

不要错过这只幸运的青蛙

测试压力? Rub 的 nose of 的 pointy horned frog statue between Sadler 和 里德大厅为额外的运气. No one knows exactly who started this, but it’s a thing. (嘿,这也无妨.)


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