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TCU’s on-campus mural is complete and ready for photos. The new 70-foot mural on Lubbock Avenue, just north of Berry Street, is encouraging visitors to “muralize” themselves and, as the installation says: “Dream Big. Be Bold. Lead On.”  

“There are so many amazing leadership stories in our community, it would have been difficult, if not impossible, to choose one person to highlight for this particular mural,” said Tracy Syler-Jones, vice chancellor for marketing and communication. “Inviting community participation will uncover stories that illustrate how we are leading on together for the greater good.”  

After a yearlong campaign that recognized Horned Frog leaders in key markets across the country, the Fort Worth mural now celebrates distinguishing characteristics and aspects of TCU that are shared by Horned Frogs across the globe. It is designed by Natalie Neale ’23. 

“In celebration of TCU’s 150th year, I wanted to create a design that conveyed what it means to be a part of something larger than yourself. I reflected on my own experience and what this place has meant to me,” Neale said. “I graduated TCU feeling a strong desire to make a difference in the world, as a way to honor how all the people I connected with at TCU had left a mark on me forever.” 

TCU Instagram followers are invited to take photos with the mural and post them on their Story or feed, explaining how TCU has developed them as leaders. Users can tag @TexasChristianUniversity and include #LeadOnTCU for a chance to win prizes. An Instagram filter also is available.  

Read more about the mural concept and past TCU murals in the original announcement  

campusmuralChancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. and President Daniel W. Pullin

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