Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi) 5 November 2004: Alexandra Capell, Andrea M. Comiskey, Rachel E. Darr, Meghan Fleming, Amanda N. Harris, Shannon L. Jones, Aleksandrina Z. Penkova, Jessica W. Taylor, Casey T. Yannella.

Albright College (Kappa Beta) 27 April 2004: Melissa Migliaccio.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa) 9 December 2004: Sarah J. Coffey, Elizabeth M. Groff, Jennifer Porter, Sara T. Schnick.

Alma College (Lambda Psi) 29 October 2004: Elizabeth Colechio, Thomas Mate, Andrea Miller, Amber Poulson, Ashley Sepeter.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi) 11 November 2004: Erica Baston, Melissa Ann Bumgarner, Brittany Dawn Burton, Holly Lyn Cowart, Sarah Marie Craig, Ami Michelle Crosby, Jessica Jean Fowler, Phillip Brock Gilliam, Natalie Blake Hawley, Josh Adam Hester, Walter Michael Hitchcock, Meagan Elise Honaker, Barry Mark Leger, Jeffrey Leonard Martin, Holly Nicole Niedermeyer, Kelly Lynn Owen, Matthew Emmet Paisle, Sachelle Louise Phipps, Brittany Powers, Ronan C. Ryan, George Matthew Shell, Danny Ray Sifford, Carrie Elizabeth Simmons, Jason Eugene Sorel, Emily Walton, Earl Victor Wilcox.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi) 15 November 2004: Beth Rose Bruce, Daniel Andrew Duncan, Natalie M. Garland, Lauren Jarvis, Laura Rose, Christopher C. Seefeld.

Ashland University (Omicron Zeta) 1 December 2004: Stephen E. Dreikorn, Chester J. Michaleski.

Augustana College-Illinois (Alpha Pi) 25 October 2004: Eric S. Johnson.

Augustana College-South Dakota (Zeta Chi) 4 November 2004: Anna Amundson, Annmarie C. Kowalczyk, Amanda L. Larson, Benjamin J. Lervick, Rebecca L. Sorenson, Elizabeth A. Thrond, Kelly J. Wetzbarger.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta) 29 November 2004: Monika Struckel.

Baylor University (Tau Beta) 18 November 2004: Sarah A. Barrett, Jennifer Bullard, Allison Deily, Adrienne Dunlap, Ginny Ewin, Kevin Funderburk, Janine Jackson, Kathryn James, Ben Maddox, Shawn Mosher, Erika Myers, Marly Ramsour, Amy Richardson, Ethan R. Sanders, Elizabeth Sodek.

Briar Cliff University (Alpha Gamma Eta) 8 December 2004: Shayne Mayer, Chris Ruder, Matthew Winter.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi) 14 October 2004: Shannon Adler, Kyra Anderson, David Bigger, Tiffany Tingey Call, Jason Carney, Tyler Christensen, Bret Earl Clifton, Shelby Crain, Bradley Scott Jackman, Rebecca Dawn Kirkman, Shane R. Larsen, Theodore R. Larsen, Amy Law, Lauryl Lewis, David M. Milton, Leah Morris, Beth Orton, Stefanie Ann Payne, Pamela Porter, Magen Rabatin, Chelsea Seals, Julia Sharp, Seth Emron Shaw, Kristen Smith, Michael Joseph Walker, James Tevya Washburn, Jessica Wilkinson, Sarah Rachel Wood, Kevin Worthy, Monica Zollinger.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota) 11 November 2004: Molly Beard, Amanda Midgley Borneman, Tara Bowen, Bryan Bush, Megan Calvin, Annette Christensen, Blake Clayton, Nathaniel Devlin, Melanie Evans, Brian Faye, Erica Germaine, David Huffines, Kathryn Jensen, Cameron Jones, Allissa Kabat, Sarah M. Loose, Adam Luke, Aimee Lykins, Betsy Maughan, Margo Mensinger, Alexis Morgan, Jane Morgan, Michael G. Murdock, Stephen William Ranson, Sarah Schmid, Jacob Smith, Kenneth Steffensen, Stacey Swainston, Caroline Tung, Kelly L. Varga, Christoph Luschin von Ebengrueth, Courtney Wiese, Amy Lynn Williamson, Maren Winterrowd.

Buffalo State College (Chi Alpha) 4 December 2004: Lindsey Anello, Allen Burger, Jonathan Dalbo, Andreau Tyler Emerling, Kevin Fleck, Robert Harris Gerstein, Monique Grisanti, Gary J. Hubert, Linden Kendrick, David M. Lafalce, Andrea S. Litterer, Erica Lee Majchrowicz, Christopher Markelonis, Joseph C. Nicosia, David T. Papke, Steven J. Pitt, Laura Shriver, Aaron Earl Slack, Erric Robert Slack, Allan Smith, Ronnie E. Stokey, Andrea M. Strong.

California State University-Bakersfield (Psi Zeta) 17 April 2004: Jill A. Hailing.

California State University-Dominguez Hills (Tau Epsilon) 5 November 2004: Lloyd A. …

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