Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Abilene Christian University (Zeta Beta) 19 April 2005: Bethany Allen, Taylor Black, Michelle Finley, Christy Gower, Megan May, Kellen Morrow, Anthony Spear, Calli Turner, April Ward, Paige Weed.

Adelphi University (Zeta Delta) 19 April 2005: Rudolph M. Baptiste, Elisabeth L. Capece, Courtney Christin Clarke, Michelle N. DiFede, Laura C. DiMeglio, Alexia Dovas, Alicia K. Fast, Michael D. Guerra, Joanne Hadgiioannou, Melissa L. Hock, Linda N. Keller, Michael J. Kennedy, Kevin Thomas Krebsbach, Erin M. Linken, Deanna M. Maggio, Michael C. Maher, Keith Ian Manginelli, Marsha Mariani, Kevin J. McLafferty, Kirsten Meierdiercks, Nicole Merlini, Wesley G. Miller, Kelly Siobhan Minor, Grace A. Palmisano, Elvin T. Ramos, Kristen Salierno, Nelson M. Santos, Andrea Danielle Stergiopoulos, Jennifer Lynn Wares, Katie Wiszowaty, Valerie Wright.

Adrian College (Omicron Tau) 12 May 2005: Steven T. Girodat, Ryan S. Tracy, Mary Venturi.

Albion College (Zeta Xi) 21 April 2005: David W. Brandt, Craig J. Cassady, Jennifer P. Fleischmann, Nicholas D. Hinman, Tara L. Hufnagel, Jacob S. Konkol, Jonathan E. Leazenby, Christine A. Williams, Laura R. Willobee.

Albright College (Kappa Beta) 2 May 2005: Sara Marvel, Allison Niemcyzk, Stacy Stacherski.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa) 1 May 2005: Jeffrey D. Golden, Tristan D. Hujer, Joanna M. Trojnar, Amy R. Wyant.

Allegheny College (Alpha Eta Chi) 5 April 2005: Robert Ayers, Alexa Ducsay, Christian Gass, Ashley Griffin, Caroline Lang, Dorothee-Elisabeth Maurer, Marta Moldvai, Sarah Pfannenschmidt, Tollin Sullivan, Andrew Wright, Ryan Zurowski.

Alma College (Lambda Psi) 13 April 2005: Emily Earnest, Kate Kohler, Tyler Oas, Missy Olgine, Andrew Taylor, Leana Nicole Faith Wanner.

American University (Epsilon Psi) 11 November 2004: Laurie B. Barnes, Elizabeth Bauman, Gabrielle K. Baumann, Lauren E. Bixby, Matthew Bocchino, Blair Brogan, Walter J. Conklin, IV, Christopher Joseph Coppola, Jocelyn A. Eskow, Michael Gaetani, Sean T. Gunn, Jared Ross Hall, William Isenberg, Brandi Klingman, Patrick Loftus, Lorna M. Loring, Francis Martin, Joel Miller, Allison Rice, Annette Schaffer, Laura Ann Sullivan, Kathleen Walker, Eric Garmon Wallace, Ryan T. Wisnor.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta) 29 April 2005: Rachel A. Bell, Katrina D. Garrison, Sabrina A. Jaramillo, Ashley C. Wallace.

Aquinas College (Theta Rho) 1 April 2005: Bryan Russel Browning, Elizabeth Chamberlain, Kelli Michelle Herm, Gwen N. Hornacek, Lindsey Catherine Kohn, Christina L. Toppen, Anna Veinbergs, Timothy Weed.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma) 4 May 2005: Matthew P. Caruso, Robert Duve, Krista Logan, Andrea N. Yancey.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi) 20 April 2005: Christy Clark, Jerry D. Ellis, Jordan Fike, Jenny Lynn Goldman, Sophia Dawn Holland, Christopher Hyman.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha Theta Gamma) 5 May 2005: Betty Bewley, Sena Goodlett, Brennan Keeter, Kristopher Kendrick, Alisha Williams.

Assumption College (Alpha Epsilon Rho) 24 April 2005: Brian Chuey, Mathew Collins, Hoyt Davis, Marie De Noia, Timothy Donovan, Megan Gronberg, Aaron Hakenson, Colleen Haughey, Alex Ohannesian, Kaitlyn Pechie, Sarah Roy, Andrew Tomaski, Katherine Warren.

Athens State University (Alpha Beta Lambda) 15 March 2005: Dennis Bartolotta, Tiffany Benson, Elizabeth Butler, Adrianne Day, Leah Hall, Erin Hensley, Lacey Holley, Freda Jones, Melinda McCoy, Dana McCutcheon, Andre Mitchell, Twila Ouellette, Erin Pratt, Warren L. Ratliff, George Rivers, Elizabeth Rose, Crystal Sims, April Williamson.

Auburn University (Kappa Pi) 16 February 2005: John D. Arnold, Kelly K. Branch, Anne Elizabeth Courtman, Leslie A. Dean, Samantha L. Edwards, Matthew W. Feminella, Heather L. Greenemeier, Patrick J. Huddleston, Jay W. Ingram, Miriam P. Johnson, Alston E Ludwig, John W. Mabes, III, Justin D. Marsh, Allyson M. …

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