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Frog Corps continues to grow, promote school spirit

TCU Frog Corps performs Jingle Bells at the annual combined choirs Christmas concert.

The men’s choir at TCU has grown a lot in the last five years.

The choir, called Frog Corps, has expanded from around 18 members to 65 in the last five years. Brad White, the choir’s director, said the group brings men on campus together to make friends and practice music.

White said about 10 members are majors in the TCU School of Music.

“It really is a campus-wide organization,” White said. “It’s open to any guys across the university who like to sing.”

While singing is a key component of the organization, the growth has also allowed the men to act as a “spirit group.” Frog Corps has performed the national anthem and TCU spirit songs at sporting events, White said.

Some of the group’s senior members have been in the organization since their first semester at TCU.

Senior George Downham said the quality of the group has increased exponentially over the past few years.

“The guys who have been in it with me since the beginning can also say that everybody puts a lot more effort into it,” Downham said. “The quality of our music has gotten better, our singing has gotten better over the years, and I think it’s growing as a group.”

Frog Corps meets every Tuesday night to practice and is open to any man at TCU who wants to sing, regardless of major.

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