The 62-year-long tradition of All-University Sing came to a close Saturday night, and the winners were announced following the nearly four hour show. First place was awarded to Phi Kappa Chi, second place went to Kappa Omega Tau and third place was given to Pi Beta Phi.
Complete with cowboy boots and a mechanical bull, Howdy is ready to bring a fun evening for all Baylor students at 7 p.m. Friday in the Burleson Quadrangle.
Howdy is an all-university event co-sponsored by Pi Beta Phi and the Baylor Activities Council and offers all Baylor students a chance to enjoy a fun night of boot scootin’ and country tunes.
Students will kick it to cancer in the Ninth Annual Fiota Cup.
The all women’s soccer tournament will take place from 3:30 p.m. to sunset today and from 2:30 p.m. to sunset Sunday at Edge Field.
Those attending tonight’s Student Senate meeting may want to bring their leis and cowboy hats.
At 5 p.m. in 203 Cashion Academic Center, the Baylor Student Senate will vote on two bills concerning funding for Pi Beta Phi’s All-University Howdy and Beta Upsilon Chi’s (BYX) Island Party.
The sororities Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Kappa Gamma are teaming up to create an all-university event featuring a pancake dinner and an Uproar concert to support charity: water. The event will take place from 8 to 10 p.m. today.
A group of Baylor students raised more money than they know how to spend working to help lift two Waco residents out of poverty.
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
“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.
Students are working to connect and educate women about the millions of people enslaved worldwide by human trafficking. Sophomores Melanie Babb of Greenwood Village, Colo. and Brittany Reed of Tyler are attempting to free people currently involved in the sex trade and help those who have already been rescued by collecting donations of clothes to raise money.