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All-University Sing audiences were surprised when judges announced a tie for first place.
During Saturday’s Sing finale, both Kappa Sigma and Kappa Omega Tau won first place.
Woodway senior Stephen Harrison, Sing chair for Kappa Sigma, said he was practically shaking while pumping a trophy in the air.
Sing results are in and there has been a surprising shock, a tie for first place was announced between Kappa Sigma in United We Stand and Kappa Omega Tau in The Ghosts’ Call.
Once the call was made that there would be a tie in first place, all groups started huddling together in anticipation to receive the chance to be one of the two first place winners.
When Kappa Sigma and Kappa Omega Tau were called in for the tie, there was a burst of screams from both men’s groups and the audience.
Every year, Baylor holds All University Sing for Greek organizations but students not involved in a Greek organization don’t have to miss out – they can join Sing Alliance.
Sing Alliance is a student-run group for students who are not part of a Greek organization.
When all you see are red roses, candy hearts and pink plush animals, you know it’s Valentine’s Day.
But for many busy students, Valentine’s Day this year will lack the chocolates and fancy dinner that make Valentine’s Day famously romantic.
Arlington sophomore Shelby Blue and Tyler junior Matthew Baldwin will spend Valentine’s Day performing at opening night for All-University Sing, leaving little room for celebrating the holiday. They have been dating for seven months.
Going to Pigskin 1st place: Kappa Kappa Sigma (Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa Sigma) 2nd place: Kappa Omega Tau 3rd place: Delta Delta Delta and Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Chi Omega Chi Omega Phi Kappa Chi Phi Gamma Delta Pi Beta Phi Best Choreography Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa Sigma Best Costumes Kappa Alpha Theta […]
Say goodbye to the typical All-University Sing act and hello to something different. This year, Pi Kappa Phi decided to approach the production with a brand new perspective.
“This year we Pi Beta Phi are really stretching ourselves to use a different theme and choreography that doesn’t fall under the typical Sing style performances,” Dallas resident and Pi Beta Phi president Kaylaynn McAdams said.
All-University Sing will showcase an act that has never been seen before — a collaboration with Delta Delta Delta and Alpha Tau Omega.