Isn’t it wonderful when history repeats itself? The Alpha Mu Gamma Chapter has done it again – winning the 2000-2010 Best Chapter Award from the Phi Alpha Theta National Honors Society. This prestigious award was given to our PAT chapter for the whole range of its many activities including hosting the second annual Alpha Mu Gamma Student History Conference in March and publishing the prize-winning Voces Novae: Chapman University Historical Review. In addition, PAT members won four of the five undergraduate paper prizes at the Southern California Regional PAT Conference in California State University-Bakersfield, several faculty sponsored Student Research Grants from the Office of the Chancellor and the Faculty Research and Development Council, and four of the five Leatherby Libraries Undergraduate Research Prizes. Twelve members also presented research papers at the PAT bi-annual convention in San Diego. The Chapter also won for its many contributions to the University and the wider community including volunteering as a group cleaning up Seal Beach, helping out at the Thanksgiving Food Bank Drive, and providing much of the labor that helps make the many Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education events so successful. The Department of History would like to particularly thank William Cumiford and Brenda Farrington, Faculty Advisors for PAT this past year, Dr. Lee Estates and Robert Slayton who mentored the students as they completed their research papers, as well as the chapter officers.