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Phi Alpha Theta/History Club                                        Watch our 2020 Welcome video!

Welcome to Fall Semester 2020 with the Utah State University History Department!

As a senior in the program, I can tell you we have the cream of the crop for our professors. As you continue your historical education, I would like to encourage you to know your professors. They may seem intimidating, but they are personable, ingenious, and frankly, quite hilarious. It will enrich your college education more than you could ever know. Not only will professors be to your benefit but the friends you make along the way.Phi Alpha Theta is a national history honors society, but it is also our local history club. In this society, I have found lifelong friends that have made my college experience amazing! This past January a group of us were able to present our own historical research at the national conference in San Antonio, Texas. These conferences and events not only help you advance in your sphere as a historian but are so much fun! Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 many events have been cancelled this year. And so, we will be hosting events for you within the university's safety precautions. I am graduating in December, so we are also recruiting new officers. This is a great way to gain some leadership experience, and it puts you high on the list for national opportunities in the organization (conferences, scholarships, and networking opportunities). Please contact me or Dr. Proctor if you are interested!

 Anna Hubbard, President, Phi Alpha Theta

Students posing in San Antonio Students posing in New Orleans

Fall 2020 events

4 September 2020   (5:45 pm)
Dinner and a Movie

·  5:45 p.m. Sandwiches at Merlin Olsen Park (in the Island); meet on grass on Center Street side of park

· 7 p.m. "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" at the Utah Theatre in downtown Logan (18 W. Center)

The History Department will buy food and theatre tickets for up to 20 people. **RSVP required to by Sep. 2, 2020. NOTE: Masks required at theatre and when not actively eating!


2 October 2020 (time TBD)
Jackbox trivia game night

Take a study break with a fun game night via Zoom. Anna Hubbard will provide more information in September, so watch for announcements


28 October 2020 (7:30 pm)

 Every Halloween week we host Fright Night. Have a scary historical story? With scary stories, costumes, and special effects, nothing can hold us back. Prizes for the best costumes and Aggie Ice Cream coupons for participants - to register, go here:  



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National Membership information

President: Anna Hubbard

Advisor: Dr. Tammy Proctor (

Check out some of our past student events - here are some photos from San Antonio (2020) and New Orleans (2018)