March 2018 Newsletter

Gentlemen,

 

The month of March has been a pretty good one to the Gamma Tau chapter.

 

For starters, we held our first event for our annual War of The Roses, which was a coaches auction. At the coaches auction we raised over $800 and have a total of 6 team participating this year: Pi Beta Phi, Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Gamma, Kappa Delta, and Chi Omega. Our philanthropy chairman, Wilbert Cruz, is working hard to get WOTR to be one of the best ones yet!

 

At UNT’s annual Greek Awards we took home Program of The Year for our annual Empathy Dinner, which was held in November of 2017. Gamma Tau is extremely grateful for our brother, Mo Kara, for working hard and putting on a successful event. 

 

Greek Week took place March 26th through the 30th, and our team won Greek Week! We couldn’t of done it without our partners and the UNT Greek Council Board, who put in so much hard work.

 

With love and brotherhood,

The brothers of Pi Kappa Phi

February 2018 Newsletter

Gentlemen,

 

February has been a pretty relaxed month for the Gamma tau chapter. After our spring smoker night and bid day, school finally hit and we started to focus a little more on our studies and ourselves. 

 

Greek week events have started and we’re excited to be with our partners: Delta Gamma, Chi Omega, Delta Sigma Theta, Iota Phi Theta, Sigma Nu, PIKE, Kappa Delta Chi, and Lambda Theta Phi. We can’t wait for Team 2 to take home the win!

 

Currently we have 12 dedicated associate members who are eager and dedicated to understanding the values and morals that Pi Kappa Phi stands for. Our current Warden, Mo Kara, is doing a great job shaping these men into exceptional men. 

 

With love and brotherhood,

The brothers of Pi Kappa Phi

January 2018 Newsletter

Gentlemen,

 

With the year and the school semester at a start, the Gamma Tau chapter of Pi Kappa Phi is working harder than ever to maintain our excellent brotherhood and presence on campus. 

 

Over the winter break, the 2018 executive board traveled to Kansas City, Missouri for our region’s annual Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers. There we all learned more about our respective positions, how to run the fraternity effectively, and even learned things about ourselves and each other. While we were there our chapter won awards for recruitment, scholarship, and outstanding growth.

 

Our recruitment team also worked hard this semester to add more exceptional leaders to our chapter. This spring we were able to sign 15 bids and gain some exceptional associate members.

 

With love and brotherhood,

The brothers of Pi Kappa Phi