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theCrew hosts “Everything is Bigger in Texas” event

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theCrew hosts a Texas-themed event for TCU students. (Katie Mitchell/TCU 360)

From the cowboy hats to the cookies, theCrew brought the essence of Texas culture to campus.  

Desserts and lawn games, such as cornhole, were all part of  last Thursday’s “Everything is bigger in Texas,” event.  

theCrew team serves the TCU community with southern treats. (Katie Mitchell)

TCU students indulged in sweet tea, Texas-shaped cookies and corn dogs as country music played in the background.

A line forms as theCrew serves Texas Roadhouse rolls. (Katie Mitchell)

Daniela Vallejo, a graduate student, said she loves how TCU does this for their students.

“I really enjoy coming to these events. It makes the stress of school go away for a little bit,” said Vallejo.

Daniela Vallejo and friends enjoying food at the event. (Katie Mitchell)

 

A long line formed as students waited to get the abundance of food that theCrew provided for them. 

One of the options was the rolls and cinnamon butter from Texas Roadhouse.  

Vallejo is an international student and was among other students who said that they liked Texas food.

 

theCrew’s next event will be an Oktoberfest celebration in the King Family Commons Lawn. From 5 p.m. –  7 p.m. on Wednesday, there will be food, root beer and games.

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