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Delta Delta Delta hosted a race of 1,440 ducks — rubber ducks, that is — who swam to the finish line Wednesday at the Baylor Marina to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Sorority members sold $5 tickets for a rubber duck so that on the day of the race ticket-holders could match their ticket to the winning ducks.
Baylor Greek Life has changed substantially since its early days, with national affiliations providing opportunities for networking and growth.
Baylor’s Theta Nu chapter of Alpha Tau Omega has been recognized as one of the top four fraternity chapters in North America this year.
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 [...]
All-University Sing will showcase an act that has never been seen before — a collaboration with Delta Delta Delta and Alpha Tau Omega.
Sing is one of my favorite things to do with my sorority, Delta Delta Delta, and this year we were lucky enough to partner with Alpha Tao Omega fraternity. Being able to work with such a great group of guys and incorporate both performing styles is something I will remember forever.
When a woman looks in the mirror, there’s no guarantee that she’ll like what she sees.
Students hungry for a cause can attend the second annual Spaghetti Not-So-Formal dinner benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday in 510 Cashion Academic Center.
Pigskin, one of Baylor’s most beloved traditions, presented four different opportunities for students and alumni to join in.