• Scenes from Sing 2018

    Pi Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Chi at #BaylorSing 2018

    Baylor students have spent countless hours — months, really — planning, choreographing and rehearsing this year’s Sing acts. Over the past two weekends, they put their hard work to the test, performing their acts for thousands of Baylor students, alumni and fans.

    [LINKS: Photos from this year’s performances || Read The Lariat‘s coverage of #BaylorSing 2018]

    Congratulations to the ladies and gentlemen of Pi Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Chi, who took home first place this year for their joint act, “The Tortoise and the Hare.” As The Lariat‘s review noted, “Pi Phi and Phi Chi revived a classic tale with their high energy and enthusiasm. The most breathtaking element of the performance was easily the costumes, but the singing and dancing didn’t disappoint in the least.”

    Kappa Kappa Gamma took second for their 1960s-themed act, “Workin’ at the Carwash,” followed by Tri Delta in third for their garden-themed act, “Back to Our Roots.” Chi Omega, Theta, FIJI, Kappa Omega Tau and Alpha Tau Omega will joining the winners to perform at Pigskin Revue this fall; mark your calendars now for #BaylorHomecoming weekend, Nov. 1-3!

    All University Sing is a Baylor tradition dating back to 1953. This year’s event featured 17 seven-minute Broadway-style acts from student organizations, all competing in front of judges, family and friends. Watch the video below for a quick look into what All-University Sing is all about.

    Sic ’em, Sing stars!