Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Abilene Christian University (Zeta Beta)

8 November 2010: Amanda Arzigian, Lindsey Brewer, Meghan Clark, Trenton Dietz, Dustin Janssen, Emi Johnson, Shelby Otway, Dominick Pollastro, Arthur R. Saltus, Amy Saunders, Cormey Snyder, Tyler Sparks, Melanie Wheeler, Amelia Wildman.

Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi)

15 November 2010: Elanse Chen, Randi Davis, Harmon Falls, Kiegan Montgomery, Bhumika Patel, Julie Reynolds, Calista Ross, Nicole Wood.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

21 November 2010: Denay A. Baxter, Robert A. Gillis, Wesley L. Hefllin, Samuel Ray Long, Alissa R. Rogers, Sarah D. Smith, Kevin R. Thornton.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

2 December 2010: Gregory Thomas Ascik, Roy Nathaniel Bowling, Anne Brittain, Andrea Burns, Emily Jayne Cheshire, Leslie Cole, Jonathan Stuart Crotts, John Williams Dulin, III, Margaret Edling, Bryan Thomas Farley, Michael Goins, Mary Elizabeth Griffith, Kristen M. Hall, Sarah Madelyn Holt, Ashley Ellen Humphries, Taylor Jo Hutchens, Kaitlyn Erin Hutchinson, Stephanie Ianchici, Jeffery Kenny, Laura Elizabeth Kiricoples, Samantha Joann Lane, John Daniel Lattimore, Allison Michele Leazer, William Augustus Leslie, Katherine Leighton Mansfield, Adam Lucas Martin, Courtney Brook Meeks, William J. Mitro, Rachel Phyllis O'Donnell, Zachary Michael Ruch, Kyle Joseph Samuelson, Chad Edward Shannon, Allison Elizabeth Shaw, Audrey Elizabeth Shore, Kristy Tredaway, Katie Elizabeth Vanhoy, Justin Christian Vestal, Rebecca Lindsey Waddell, Celia Whitley.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

1 May 2010: Michelle Bickert, Abel Cota, Daniel Fenzel, Taylor Gillings, Kody Kelleher, Steven A. Morris, Kristin E. Rondeau-Guardiola.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

17 November 2010: Kimberly A. Cooper, Brandon S. Jones, Chuck Kirkindall, Sarah A. Mangroo, Kohl McCone, Tammy S. Presley.

Armstrong Atlantic State University (Sigma Theta)

3 December 2010: Katherine E. Alt, Joseph Edward Bush, Elizabeth DeRoche, April D. Longworth, Susan Stone Moore, Joe Morgan, Michael E. Page, Halton W. Thorson.

Ashland University (Omicron Zeta)

26 October 2010: Mariah T. Dunsing, Michael R. Flerchinger, Megan E. Gisclon, Nicholas R. Granitz, Lindsey J. Grudnicki, Benjamin D. Kafferlin, Hallie C. Mast, Luke S. Rogers, Tara Rochelle Sandmann, Kayla L. Schultz, Rebekah A. Sherman, Joshua D. Tang, David Gregory Thomas, Lara E. Weiss, Dantan J. Wernecke.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta)

9 December 2010: Brittani Anderson, Barry G. Bruster, Will A. Campbell, Donna Lynn Clark, Bethany H. Edgell, Carrie Mae Louise Ferguson, Rebecca Kathryn Grider, Thelma Lorraine Jackson, Kenneth Preston Keck, Karen E. Merideth, Jane C. Moore, Cindy Ann Sanford, James Adrian Sensabaugh, Eleanor Margaret Smith, Charles A. Wall, Samantha H. Weakley, Adrienne H. Welchance.

Baylor University (Tau Beta)

6 December 2010: Jennifer Bates, Katelin Dixon, Will Fuller, Ryan Hrbacek, Charles Mclntosh, Jillian Meddleton, Katherine Swenson, Katrina Talavera, Kathleen Young.

Belmont University (Xi Alpha)

12 October 2010: Christopher G. Aldridge, Sheridan Reed Alexander, William G. Benton, Andrew Clifton Broadway, Geoffrey Gibbons, William Albert Herring, Abby Leatherwood, Joseph D. Storey, Jr., Brian Strause.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha)

17 November 2010: Cambria Aviles, Jordan Brunett, Daniel Christensen, Adam Crane, Brian Juola, Kyle Keene, Joshua Sweetman Massip, Elisa Walker.

Briar Cliff University (Alpha Gamma Eta)

12 December 2010: Bert Bucher, Bryce Krampert, Denni Mitchell, Jeremy Schindler, Alexander Wimmer.

Bridgewater College (Alpha Eta Phi)

20 October 2010: Lisa A. Hilliard, Luther Dale Roadcap, Andrew T. Routzahn, Tara Lynn Stipe, Dudley Ann Strosnider, David Stutzman. …

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