On Oct. 9, Belmont students Paul Raccio, Levis Padron, Erin Weber, Kaytlyn Lowhorn and Rita Brown were inducted into Belmont’s Xi Alpha Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta (the National History Honor Society). The ceremony, held in the Belmont Mansion, was attended by faculty from the History Department, including the chapter’s faculty advisor, Dr. Cynthia Bisson, along with family and friends of the inductees.
Following the ceremony was the annual Phi Alpha Theta lecture. This year’s lecture, by Dr. T.R. C. Hutton (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) was entitled “ Interrogating Honor and Violence in the Southern Past”.