About Our Chapter
My name is KB Stainback and I have the honor of serving as the 2020 President of Texas Zeta chapter of Pi Beta Phi at Baylor University. It’s hard to find words to describe what this chapter means to me, but simply put, it has changed me in the best ways possible. My favorite part about the chapter is of course the members, but more specifically, the gifts that the members have and serve the chapter with.
The women in the chapter push me in my faith, leadership, relationships, intramurals, and academics. The chapter is well rounded, so in just about any area or aspect of college, we’ll find each other and do whatever we are doing together. Choosing Pi Phi gave me women who encourage me, support me, and push me.
Overall, Texas Zeta has a strong presence on Baylor’s campus. We won 1st place in Baylor’s All-University Sing in 2016 and 2018, which is something we take pride in and prepare for in the months to come! Our chapter loves participating in intramurals; we have been intramural champions 18 times out of the past 20 years. Texas Zeta loves to support each other in whatever we do – singing, dancing, or playing sports!
We value our philanthropic events- both nationally and locally. Our annual fall event, “Howdy,” helps raise money for Pi Phi’s national philanthropy, Read>Lead>Achieve. Each year, our chapter partners with Baylor to create a university-wide event that is country-themed. Baylor students, faculty, chapter members, and local elementary students come to support the event, which ultimately supports children’s literacy. Additionally, we host an annual dodgeball tournament in the Spring semester, called Dodge the Arrow, to spread awareness about our philanthropy.
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
New Member Skate Night
Sing 2018: The Tortoise and the Hare