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Phi Alpha Theta chapter presents funds to library

Stephen Carls, chairman of Union's department of history and political science, presents a check to library director Steve Baker for the purchase of new history books. Union's Phi Alpha Theta chapter won the money for being named best chapter by the national organization. Pictured from left are Cassaundra Harris, next year's Phi Alpha Theta president; Spencer Lowery, past president; Carls, Baker and Heather Tobe, current chapter president. (Photo by Morris Abernathy)
Stephen Carls, chairman of Union's department of history and political science, presents a check to library director Steve Baker for the purchase of new history books. Union's Phi Alpha Theta chapter won the money for being named best chapter by the national organization. Pictured from left are Cassaundra Harris, next year's Phi Alpha Theta president; Spencer Lowery, past president; Carls, Baker and Heather Tobe, current chapter president. (Photo by Morris Abernathy)

JACKSON, Tenn.March 3, 2005 – The Phi Alpha Theta chapter at Union University presented library director Steve Baker with a check for $250 Thursday, March 3, to purchase nine new history books for the Union library.

Phi Alpha Theta is a national history honor society. Union's chapter in October received the Best Chapter Award from the national office for the second straight year, and the funds for the library came with the award.

"The competition is always intense with multiple chapters vying for this award," said Graydon Tunstall, executive director for Phi Alpha Theta. "However, the Delta Psi chapter (at Union) truly stood out among its competitors."


Media contact: Tim Ellsworth, news@uu.edu, 731-661-5215

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