BROWNWOOD – April 6, 2017 – Howard Payne University recently hosted its annual Spring Sing event during which three student organizations wrote, directed and performed high-energy musical skits for large audiences over two nights.
Pi Theta Chi won first place for its performance, which earned the group an $800 prize from HPU’s Alumni Association. Delta Chi Rho won second place and $500 from the HPU Student Government Association, while Chi Alpha Omega placed third and received $300 from HPU’s Student Foundation.
“I enjoyed getting to see how much time and effort each organization put into its performance,” said Joshua Snow, director of student activities. “These groups did a tremendous job performing and I’m thankful for the hard work and dedication that was put into the weekend.”
Cutline: HPU student organization Pi Theta Chi won first place during the university’s recent Spring Sing event.