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Texas Christian University was recognized by the Texas Legislature in honor of the university’s Sesquicentennial. TCU President Daniel Pullin was joined by SGA President Brandon Fox and fourth-year Burnett School of Medicine student Kavneet Kaur, Deputy Athletics Director Mike Sinquefield and, of course, SuperFrog, to represent the Horned Frogs.

“WHEREAS, Through the years, TCU has gained a reputation for academic excellence, strong traditions, a vibrant student experience, campus culture, and Greek life, and ardent support for student-athletes, who have achieved high recognition,” reads an excerpt of the resolution announced on the House and Senate floors (full resolution below).

The recognition was given to TCU with the support of State Sens. Phil King and Lois Kolkhorst and Reps. Craig Goldman and Charlie Geren.

“It is an honor to be recognized and celebrated by the state of Texas in this meaningful way,” President Pullin said. “For 150 years, TCU has been developing the next generation of ethical leaders and innovators for the advancement of our region and our state, sending talented Horned Frogs across the globe to impact the greater good.  We proudly share our talented graduates with the state of Texas and boldly look forward to the next 150 years.”

Read the full resolution.

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