At the 2017 Beta Theta Pi Convention, the Beta Mu chapter came away with many notable achievements. Most importantly, we regained our charter and we’re now an official chapter in good standing with Beta Theta Pi. In addition, Sean Eddington was awarded the House Director of the Year, we won the H.H. Stephenson Jr. Award for Historical Preservation and Research, and also we won a Sisson Award (for the 8thtime in chapter history). Then in the closing celebration banquet Beta Mu won the John Reilly Knox award. This is the most prestigious award given to a chapter, and it is the first one in Beta Mu’s history. The award is based on a variety of criteria including GPA, leadership development, advisors, membership education, financial health, and chapter operations. Only eleven Knox awards were granted at this year’s convention within Beta’s domain of 140 chapters and colonies. Thank you to the undergraduate chapter for upholding the high standards of the fraternity and demonstrating sustainability since recolonizing in 2014.