My name is Mary-Catherine Crutchfield and I have the honor and privilege of serving as the 2018 President of Texas Zeta chapter of Pi Beta Phi at Baylor University. Pi Phi has blessed me in more ways than I can count. I am thankful and proud to be a part of this organization.
My time in Pi Phi has been great. I found a community of women who pursue Christ and point me to the cross. The women in Pi Phi push me to be more like Jesus. This chapter has given me the opportunity to grow as a leader, as a friend, and as a mentor. Choosing Pi Beta Phi gave me women who encourage me, sisters who support me, and role models I can trust. The women in this chapter embrace each other for who they are and challenge each other to be the best they can be. Texas Zeta has been an incredible blessing to me!
Overall, Texas Zeta has had a very successful year so far. We won 1st place in Baylor’s All-University Sing, paired with Phi Kappa Chi, with our act “The Tortoise and the Hare.” This was our second time to win in three years, which is something we take pride in! Our chapter loves participating in intramurals; we have been intramural champions 11 times out of the past 13 years. Texas Zeta loves to support each other in whatever we do – singing, dancing, or playing sports!
We put emphasis on philanthropic events. Our fall event, “Howdy,” helped raise money for Read>Lead>Achieve, Pi Phi’s national Philanthropy. We paired with Baylor to put on a university-wide event that was country-themed. Students and faculty came and helped support children’s literacy. We hosted a dodgeball tournament this past semester, called Dodge the Arrow, to spread awareness about our philanthropy. It was very successful!
I hope that as you navigate through this website, you will be able to see the personality and the passions we have in Texas Zeta. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at Mary-Catherine_Crutchfield@baylor.edu
In the Wine and Silver Blue,
New Member Skate Night
Sing 2018: The Tortoise and the Hare