Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Agnes Scott College (Alpha Them Psi) 5 December 2005: Mariah Bozeman, Julia Charles, Emmeline Creasy, Yolanda Curtis, Susan Dougherty, Erin Lemon, Lauran Nave, Ashley Oscarson, Elizabeth Ott, Rebecca Poole, Laura Richardson, Carmen Rodgers, Edina Slomic, Lessa Spitzer.

Albright College (Kappa Beta) 7 December 2005: Nelson Baitzel, Andrew Brady, Danielle Ceron, Megan Connelly, Andrew Griemsmann, Erica Rubin.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa) 28 January 2006: Ian J. Adkins, Michael R. Chaffee, Christopher M. Dunshee, Jo A. Fenske, Kenneth P. Moss, Michael W. Wanberg.

American University (Epsilon Psi) 3 November 2005: Harrison Akins, Ryan Asher, William Bachman, Phillip Calderwood, Kathryn Cannito, Rodney Coeller, Julia Cramer, Karen Dacoco, Ashley Dellinger, Lindsay Flanagan, Amber J. Fox, Sherry Jeanette Funches, Nathaniel Goldstein, Kira Gutter, Chris Heller, Laura Hicken, Irene Kaushansky, Maria Lampadadarios, Scott MacKoul, Stephanie A. Massaro, Shannon E. Mohan, Holly Polish, Hillary Rothberg, Jennifer Segal, Andrew Simpson, Philip Stern, Hillary Turnipseed, Emily Welsher, Kim Welch, Elyse V. Wolf.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi) 7 March 2006: Hang Thi Doan, David Johnson, Brandon Gray Miller, Phillip Jeffrey Neale, Robert Allen Smith, Adam Paul Warren.

Atlantic Union College (Alpha Epsilon Zeta) 2 March 2006: Loriyann' Amertil, Greny Bartelus, Felipe Claudio, Sarah Hewitt, Samantha Maxwell, Ruth Prakasam.

Augusta State University (Alpha Eta Xi) 18 November 2005: Jennifer Brown, Matthew Marcano, Brian Teffeteller.

Augustana College-South Dakota (Zeta Chi) 16 November 2005: Elizabeth J. Almlie, Laura L. Anderson, Megan A. Felder, Kristin R. Foggia, Megan M. Grosz, Canaan D. Petersen.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta) 21 March 2006: Anna E. French.

Baldwin-Wallace College (Delta Upsilon) 2 April 2006: Jennifer Forcier, Phillip Kerlin, Lara Lordi, Brian Lynch, Crystal Matjasic, Daniel Maxymiv, Ashley McMillin, Edward Roloff, Chris Ventura.

Ball State University (Mu Beta) 18 April 2005: David McClain Landrum.

Barry University (Xi Kappa) 30 November 2005: Nicole Camier, Denise Falto, Socorro Herda, Jennifer Marques, Ariadne Martez, Barbara Pelaez.

Baylor University (Tau Beta) 7 March 2006: Justin Beckner, Lindsey Cox, Erik Ellis, Jordan Foreman, Courtney Fowlkes, Sarah Hausner, Jonathan Hriz, Wyatt Jeanes, Robert Kent, Suzanne Palmer, Larry Sandigo, Amber Schneider, Kimberly Sharp, Patrick Sheridan, Rebekah Sills, Timothy Sisson, Lauren Tapley, Laura Taylor, Stephen Thomas, Calvin Bernard Traylor, Jr., Holly Young.

Cabrini College (Upsilon Psi) 6 April 2006: Pierre A. Archambault III, Stephen P. Beierschmitt, Michael A. Berliere, Gregory J. Cavacini, William Elder, Jr., Marcy Fonseca, Christine P. Friel, Kelly Anne Grant, Jonathan M. Harrar, Eric W. Houck, Tiffany Noel Kelly, Christine Magargee, Mindy Alisha Paul, Angela Serina Peso, Amanda V. Popovitch, Kristine Schmid, Angel M. Wosczyna.

California State University-Bakersfield (Psi Zeta) 23 April 2005: Nathan Boles, Sharon L. Gillison, Jessica R. Parker.

California State University-Fresno (Alpha Kappa Beta) 9 March 2006: Jill Daves-Plaunt, Michelle A. Davis, Michael Eissinger, Adrienne D. Elder, John P. Farrell, Andrea P. Fitzgerald, Keith Goldman, Melissa Halsey, Bradley Hart, Savannah L. Johnson, Christopher L. Jones, Jennifer A. Jones, Matthew J. Petrone, Eric J. Polk, Elvia Rodriguez, John J. Spolsdoff, Stephanie Tacata.

California State University-San Marcos (Alpha Zeta Chi) 28 April 2006: Heather Allen, John Doddridge, Melody Flory, Bryon Garner, Adriana Lopez, Stephanie Schott, Corey Stewart.

California State University-Stanislaus (Alpha Epsilon Lambda) 1 November 2005: Benjamin M. Gray, Jennifer Iris Kendrick, Kelley Littlepage, April Ponce, Humberto Rodriguez, Mary Walton. …

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