Honoring Horned Frog Heroes
TCU’s Veterans Plaza is a campus centerpiece constructed to honor the sacrifices and achievements of alumni and students who served in both World Wars, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Dedicated Nov. 12, 2005, the Veterans Plaza embodies the sacrifice and heroism of all TCU veterans and their families. It incorporates the existing memorial columns, as well as garden areas and walkways that stretch from the east side of the venerable Reed Hall to a fountain located northwest of the library. Seating areas give visitors a comfortable spot for quiet contemplation.
One of the most beautiful features of the plaza is a grove of small trees. A gap in the grove shows a patch of blue sky — the absence of trees representing Horned Frog heroes who did not return.
If you would like to provide more information on a Horned Frog veteran, please contact April Brown at email@example.com or 817-257-5557.