Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi) 13 November 2006: Briana J. Cox, Nicole L. Gibbs, Alexandra B. Huguelet, Laura P. Shaver, Jenna R. Stegin, Clare M. Stucke, Laura E. Thomas, Elisa J. Wong.

Albion College (Zeta Xi) 5 May 2006: Steven T. Peruski.

Albright College (Kappa Beta) 7 May 2006: Samuel Aronson, Colleen Capone, Jessica Deck, Kevin Jroski, Craig Naugle, James Schwartz.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa) 27 January 2007: Benjamin D. Coburn, Gary P. Kelleher, Bryan D. McCracken, Andrew R. Rantz, Aaron C. Rawady, Luke M. Thompson.

American University (Epsilon Psi) 8 November 2006: Andrea Alford, Lauren Barredo, Rachel Birkhahn-Rommelfanger, Robert Boisseau, Sherrie Caltagirone, Kerianne Cassidy, Laura Deal, Mary K. Gastner, Justin Gianndrea, Adam C. Graham, Rebecca Green, Candace Hopkins, Stephanie Jacobe, Jarrett A. Jacobs, Amy Johnson, Jennifer N. Jouas, Eric Kintner, Kathryn Leighton, Megan Mazzoni, Kristine Miller, David Moak, Michelle A. Morrone, Erica Munkwitz, Craig Nadeau, Elizabeth Perry, Melissa Pidluski, Michelle Risinger, Jordan Segall, Katie Shanahan, Kimberly Sims, Eric Singer, Christina Stewart, Nicholas Lee Underwood, Kristine Vida, Katey Watts, Adam Zarakov.

Anderson University (Alpha Iota Iota) 5 April 2002: Eric Davis.

10 April 2003: Bryan M. Baker, Christy Clodfelder Kihm, Bethany Briggs Natali.

8 April 2004: Bradley Hilderbrand, Barbara Yates.

30 November 2006: Sean G. Hudson, Natalie C. Hammonds, Heather D. Martin, Kevin Joseph Morris, Kyle B. Robinson, Jenna Marie Ruble.

Andrews University (Omicron Lambda) 12 November 2006: Kelly Chichester, Leyna Ely, Bonnie McLean, Joseph Underhill.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta) 21 December 2006: Jesse T. Adams, Gose R. Cavazos, Cathy D. Fritsche, Jennifer M. Prichard, Kimberly L. Shehan, Wesley B. Tinney, Marcus C. Wilson.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi) 14 November 2006: Nathaniel Bradley Bohon, Leah Rogers Brown, Jeremiah Ross Dancy, Glen A. Delaney, Derek Bryan Green, Samantha Josephine Harlow, Courtney Danielle Kite, Walter T. Lambert, III, Gary Vance Nichols, Scott Rheinheimer, Daniel Nathan Sluder, Sadie Starnes, Lynette Marie Thomas, Jimmy Charles Turner, Elizabeth M. Williams, Rebecca Elizabeth Yount, Nathaniel Harris Zigler.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma) 13 December 2006: Jill Carle, Daniel Eakin, Renee Ellis, Cory Hatch, Bonnie Thompson.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi) 10 November 2006: Sarah Elizabeth Feezor, Emily M. Lipford, Jessica R. Long, Kelle H. Midkiff, Robyn L. Morgan, Jeff D. Perryman, Kimberly S. Seabaugh, Suzie M. Stoneman.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha Theta Gamma) 15 December 2006: Will Cooper, Ben King, Ian Patterson, Brook Standridge.

Ashland University (Omicron Zeta) 23 October 2006: Kathryn A. Ashbrook, Andrew P. Braun, Adam J. Brooks, Brad D. Brown, Kristina M. Guy, James S. Kresge, Paul E. Kunnas, Scott K. Parillo, Aimee E. Petrovich, Lacey Shay Storrow, Laureen E. Thompson.

Assumption College (Alpha Epsilon Rho) 14 November 2006: Kristen Berry.

Auburn University-Montgomery (Chi Psi) 31 October 2006: James A. Hartin.

Augustana College-Illinois (Alpha Pi) 25 April 2006: Carri M. Toppert.

Augustana College-South Dakota (Zeta Chi) 7 November 2006: Alison Adamson, Kelly Goertzen, Ginger Nelson, Laura Sova, Ryan Stobb, Robyn Walth.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta) 7 December 2006: Joe R. Bailey, Kenneth U Freeman, Shannon M. Gurwitch, Kenneth W. Parker, Jennifer R. Watts, Chris Winter.

Ball State University (Mu Beta) 1 April 2006: Joseph M. Brugos, Philip Alan Davis, Justin MacMillan, Michael B. Rigney, Emily M. Rohrs, Matthew L. Stephenson, Nicolas J. Wissman.

Baylor University (Tau Beta) 2 November 2006: Shannon Anderson, Lindsay Bledsoe, Cassaundra Brooks, John David Crump, Martha Dargan, Karen Eissler, Lauren Eynon, Erin Frey, Samuel Friedman, Robin Geelhoed, Joshua Hinson, Kathleen Hinton, Lauren Mart, Matthew Parker, Tara Sewell, Jenna Weathers, Brandon Whetstone. …

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