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Integrity

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Lifelong Commitment

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Honor and Respect

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Personal and Intellectual Growth

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Philanthropic Service to Others

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Sincere Friendship

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Integrity

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Lifelong Commitment

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Honor and Respect

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Personal and Intellectual Growth

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Philanthropic Service to Others

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Sincere Friendship

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Integrity

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Sincere Friendship

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Lifelong Commitment

  

Welcome to Pi Phi 

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 As a group of exceptional young women, we strive to excel in all aspects of the collegiate experience by placing emphasis on our academics, leadership, service, and personal growth. It is through our successes in these areas that we are able to set the standard for Greek women across campus.         

   

 Letter from our President 

  

      Hi there! My name is Madison Darling and I am the President of the Texas Epsilon Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. I’m a junior at UNT studying English with a minor in Secondary Education. After being initiated into Pi Phi in the Fall of 2014, I quickly learned that Pi Phi is a home away from home with sisters that support, cherish, and make me feel special every single day.  UNT Pi Beta Phi is made up of 106 confident, poised, intelligent, and kind-hearted women who live every day to the fullest. I am so happy you came across our page and can’t wait for you to learn more about our sisterhood!        

      Denton, Texas is a wonderful place to live and go to school. As Greek women we are very active in our community and love to give back. Every Friday in the month of February we go to a low-income school to read books, write poems, and spend a little extra time developing children’s literacy skills. Literacy is our true passion! Every semester we have a week-long event on campus called Lemonade for Literacy. The UNT student body helps us raise money for our philanthropy Read>Lead>Achieve, by making donations in exchange for our Lemonade for Literacy. Pi Beta Phi also holds other philanthropy events throughout the year such as, Wing Ching (a buffalo wing feast) and Arrow Spike (a sand volleyball tournament), to raise money for the Denton community.         

      From tailgating at football games, pulling all-nighters in the library, getting 1st place in intramurals, raising money for our own and others’ philanthropies, and spending hours designing a homecoming float, Pi Phis do it all! The University of North Texas is a great place to go to school and an even better place to make memories. In just the 3 years not only have I been a college student but Pi Phi has given me the best collegiate experience I could have ever asked for. Like me, if what you’re looking for in a women’s fraternity is a group of ambitious women that will guide you into being a better student, a more caring friend, and a community leader, then you have found your home as well!       

      I fell head over heels in love with Pi Beta Phi the day I opened my bid card and I hope that you too, can receive the same opportunities and memories I have been blessed with from Pi Beta Phi. Out of all the experiences and personal gains Pi Phi has given me, the most valuable reward is the sincere friendships I’ve made and the lifelong sisterhood I’m a part of. Being President has its challenges, but serving a group of genuinely extraordinary women is truly a privilege I am lucky to have. Thank you for looking at our site and learning about our sisterhood! We wish you the very best in Greek Life and at UNT!      

         In the Wine and Silver Blue, 

                 Madison Darling  

 

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