Phi Alpha Theta President and Vice President present at The Biennial National Convention
Earlier in the semester, Loyola’s History Honors Society Phi Alpha Theta President Nemanja Krsic, and Vice President, Alexa Lindsley attended the Biennial National Convention in Orlando, Florida. Both members presented their individual research in front of an academic audience. Mr. Krsic presented on Josip B. Tito’s foreign policy during the Cold War, and Ms. Lindsley on the lifespan and health of gladiators. They met members and faculty from other chapters nationwide, and gained knowledgeable information and valuable insight in how to improve Loyola’s own chapter. Phi Alpha Theta continues to be a nationally recognized organization that encourages the study and promotion of history for undergraduate and graduate students alike. Loyola’s chapter hopes to increase their campus presence through public events, and provide students with opportunities to further their historical careers. In addition, they are looking forward to inducting their newest pledge class in the Fall of 2016 and expanding their membership.
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