Transcript of "Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter 2010-2011 Scrapbook"
University of Arkansas at Monticello
President Meghan Pope Vice-President Sam Maddox Secretary/Treasurer Brandon Hawkins
<ul><li>In October, we visited Arkansas Post, the first successful European settlement in the Lower Mississippi River Valley. </li></ul>
Quinton Morgan James Hall Trae Wisecarver Paula Trotter
<ul><li>In November, we volunteered to help the PAAC (Preservation of African-American Cemeteries) program. This project took place at Campground Cemetery just outside of Monticello, Arkansas. </li></ul>
<ul><li>… we had a relaxing evening at the home of our faculty co-advisor, Dr. Young. </li></ul>
President Sam Maddox Vice-President Rebekah Vaught Historian James Hall Secretary Trae Wisecarver Treasurer Paula Trotter
Pictured back row from left are: Christopher Carr, Jasmine Bolen, Franz Holthoff, and Jason Higgins. Front row from left are: Alexis Pacheco, Paul Cashion, and Kathleen Rankin.
Paula Trotter presenting her paper on Orphan Trains. Christopher Carr presenting his paper on the Sunnyside Plantation.
<ul><li>In April, we continued our support of the PAAC program by helping out at Oakland Cemetery in Monticello, Arkansas. </li></ul>
Meghan Pope and Sam Maddox were recognized as the History department’s Outstanding Graduates, while Trae Wisecarver was awarded the G. William and Verna Hobson Cahoon Scholarship.
These awesome Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter t-shirts were designed and purchased by our members to commemorate our great 2010-2011 school year.
Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter In The News
In October, Paula Trotter attended a rededication ceremony to celebrate the preservation and restoration of the Rosenwood School in Selma, Arkansas, built in 1924 for Selma’s African American community.
In May, Phi Alpha Theta members gave a presentation to the Rotary Club of Monticello about our experiences and what Phi Alpha Theta means to us.
Phi Alpha Theta members reflect on the great year we’ve had.
Special thanks to our wonderful faculty advisors, Dr. Day and Dr. Young.