Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


American University (Epsilon Psi)

22 March 2010: Blair Bailey, Aaron Bell, Richard Bennett, Kristina Berinson, Scott Berman, Brian Bieretz, Carolyn Capern, Helen Christian, Bonnie Clark, Madeline Cohen, Jayne Cosson, Jennifer Couch, Catherine Flanagan, Kelly Gannon, Russell Gasdia, Stephen Gilmore, Marina Gonzalez, Jack Graul, Amanda Gustafson, Anthony Jones, Kurt Karandy, Madeline Karp, Brenna Kehew, Jacqueline LaFrance, Sarah Lusk, Megan McCormack, Loren Miller, Bridget Miskell, Michael Morse, Lauren Pav, Susan Perlman, Callan Quiram, Rachel Rabinowitz, Francesca Roley, Alahna Sergi, Zachary Siegel, Elizabeth Stoddard, Cassie Ward, Michael Weiss, William Zeman.

Anderson University (Alpha Iota Iota)

25 March 2011: Lindsey Alan Brown, Candace DeLong, Andrew G. Drake, Harold Franklin Ebels, Wesley Allen Garrett, Alexandra Clara Hammel, Jeremy Hoffman, Kayla Michelle Miller, Brittany D. Patterson, Jessica Leigh Patterson, David Schlabach, Sarah M. Schmidt, Eric Joseph Spencer.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

3 March 2011: Amanda Austin, Paige Elizabeth Badame, Chelsea Star Baker, Jessica Nicole Barr, Emily Rene Bastress, David Michael Blackwell, Jr., Morgan Ashley Bosse, Michelle Brutus, Rose Buchanan, Caitlin Ashlie Buxton, Brendan Scott Byers, Clinton Michael Calloway, Megan Liane Capes, Morgan Alise Cassiano, Justin Connor, Eric Otis Cressey, John Michael Curnes, Ashley Lynne Dimmette, Katherine Irene Farmer, Charmaine Marie Feist, Jeremy David Gilley, Jenna Grace Gwaltney, Jeremy Joseph Hachen, Brooke Lea Howerton, Philip Michael Kadzielawski, Kathryn Jo Kinsey, Brooke Amanda Kitchens, Benjamin Klein, Jeffrey Leitch, Jr., Donna Michelle Littlejohn, Bradley Harris McMahan, Erin McWhirter, Sarah E. Mohr, Gerald Patrick Murphy, Jr., William Alexander Oxford, Nicholas Edwin Piper, Mekhriban D. Reichard, Laurel Jennifer Sanders, Katean Olivia Sapp, Elanor Marie Shingledecker, Eric Timothy Spivey, Travis Edward Suits, Meredith Nicole Wingler.

Auburn University (Kappa Pi)

23 February 2011: Amy M. Christiansen, Toby G. Doran, Lauren C. Duke, Catherine K. Gyllerstrom, Joshua B. Hamilton, Jessica C. Hills, John Laaman, Mason J. Lewis, Dallas E Michelbacher, Susan A. Moore, Jennifer L. Pequignot, Kristin Lee Richmond, Maurice A. Robinson, Jessica G. Stephens.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta) 9 December 2010: Brandon S. Baker.

Baldwin-Wallace College (Delta Upsilon)

10 April 2011: Bradley Scott Ardelean, Lizabeth P. Disiena, Andrew W. Drost, Catherine M. Hewitt, Zachary Lee Humphrey, Diane M. Larkin, Valerie Marie Lattner, Michael Paul Nemchick, Jr., Danielle Sharron.

Boise State University (Omega Omicron)

15 April 2011: Jacey Brain, Raymond Hill, Jessica Hill Lane, Hayley Noble, Kandra Polaris, Shawn Ragan, Anthony Sherwood.

Bowie State University (Sigma Lambda)

2 December 2010: Leanne Raley, Nicole Rapley, Maurice Robinson, Jimmie Robinson, IV.

Brigham Young University-Hawaii (Xi Delta)

16 March 2011: Nicholas Beste, Alex Fahey, Michael Hamberg, Chan-Ting Kao, Jeremy Lopez, Sharon Mason, Ashley Oborn, Dezirae Pauga, David Romney, Shane Rupp, Julia Tolman.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi)

22 February 2011: John Cadwell, Shane Christiansen, Jared Denton, Krista Gibbons, James Head, Rebecca Jolley, Sherry Leavitt, Andrew Thomas Null, Benjamin Ocampo, Douglas Tyrel Salisbury, Flint Timmins, Jason Williams.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota)

13 April 2011: Rachel Belk, Timothy Alan Boyer, Aaron Cobia, Jason Hammon, Keshia Lai, Michael Luthy, Christopher Mecham, Adam Petty, Mitchell K. Schaefer, Adam J. Smith, Nathan Tanner.

Bucknell University (Alpha Gamma)

10 April 2011: Danielle B. Alperin, Sarah M. Block, Stuart M. Dezenhall, Daniel Dougherty, Elizabeth R. Goodman, Emma Jane Grahn, Maureen E. …

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