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#TCUTogether: 5 Ways to Connect With Your Horned Frog Family From Home

March 27, 2020

If you’re like us, you miss your Horned Frog family and the TCU campus (especially during spring). Even though we’re physically apart, we can still connect! Here are five ways to connect with fellow Horned Frogs.

  1. Wear purple on Fridays for #TCUTogether
    A new variation of “Go Purple Friday” launched last week as many Horned Frogs near and far began to work and connect remotely. Keep wearing your purple on Fridays and share a photo with us on social media using the hashtag #TCUTogether.

  2. Stay informed with Our Doctors Vs. The Internet
    The TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine physicians are sharing their medical expertise about the coronavirus in a series of new videos on their Facebook page. Topics include coronavirus myths vs. fact, how to keep your children active while social distancing, who’s most at risk and why and other COVID-19-related health topics.

  3. Watch a Horned Frogs Classic
    Sports seasons may be on hold, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy classic Horned Frogs athletic moments! Re-watch classic games from TCU’s history, like the thrilling 2016 Alamo Bowl. For more classics, follow TCU Athletics on Twitter.

  4. Change your Zoom meeting background
    Brighten up your Zoom meeting background for class meetings and conference calls by “putting yourself” on campus during tulip season or on the football field.

  5. Enjoy a TCU coloring page
    Coloring is a great way to relax and to de-stress. Check out some of our TCU-themed coloring pages for a fun creative break, and share with your kids and neighbors. Visit our student resources page for crossword puzzles, podcasts and more.