State of the Chapter
Last year was an incredible year for the Gamma Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. Change and a year of firsts would be an excellent way to describe 2013. We started 2013 as a chapter of twenty men with ambitious hopes and dreams for the future. We had an incredibly successful spring, winning our first ever Chapter of the Year Award and nearly doubling in overall chapter size. We made new commitments to the UNT community with a project to help make one UNT student’s dream, a reality.
We increased our presence on campus to new heights; we made sure UNT knew that Pi Kappa Phi is back and is here to stay. Last year, however, was not without its upsets and struggles. New brothers came and went sooner than expected. Whether for family, career, or academics, it has been hard to see so many leave Pi Kappa Phi before their time is over at UNT. We are hopeful in the future to see some of the to return back to source of all good things. Growing pains are never easy but we are learning what it means to manage an organization with a growing member base and what the identity of our chapter will be in the coming years. Most importantly, all of our hard work and efforts did not go unnoticed. On March1st, Gamma T au won its second Chapter of the Y ear A ward, putting to rest the idea that last year’s award was merely a fluke.
We are extremely optimistic for 2014 and are hungry to reach new heights as the Gamma Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi in the upcoming year. ODH.