• Scenes from Sing 2024

    Kappa Omega Tau performing "Sweet Gingerbread Man"

    After countless hours of planning, practicing and performing, All University Sing 2024 is in the books. Over the last two weeks, hundreds of Baylor students put their hard work on display performing for thousands of Baylor students, alumni and friends in Waco Hall (plus a streaming audience online for Saturday’s finale).

    [LINKS: Photos from this year’s show || Read the Lariat‘s review of Sing 2024 || Watch Saturday night’s award ceremony]

    Congratulations to Kappa Omega Tau, which won first place this year for their act, “Sweet Gingerbread Man” (pictured above). Chi Omega took second for their act, “Caught Red-Handed,” followed by Phi Kappa Chi in third for “The Good Newsies.”

    Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sing Alliance, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Alpha Tau Omega* will join those winners in performing at Pigskin Revue this fall; mark your calendars now for #BaylorHomecoming weekend, Oct. 21-26!

    All University Sing is a Baylor tradition dating back to 1953. This year’s event featured 20 seven-minute Broadway-style acts from a total of 22 student organizations, all competing in front of judges, family and friends. (New to the tradition? Learn all about #BaylorSing in less than 60 seconds!)

    Sic ’em, Sing stars!

    [* ATO was added as a ninth act in Pigskin several days after initial results were announced due to a scoring tabulation error.]