Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Adelphi University (Zeta Delta)

25 April 2013: Crystal Marie Cass, Annemarie Correa, Trevena Goulbourne, Candice Hahm, Lindsey Johnson, Lauren Kelly, Manjot Khehra, Michelle Lynn LaTorre, Jennifer Lin, Logan B. Mazzara, Jamie McAndrew, Emily Rose Meritz, Anna Michalik, Naphtali E. Moore, Kevin Powell, Elizabeth M. Scully, Michael R. Shaw, Krysten M. Trindade, Courtney L. Weiss.

Adrian College (Omicron Tau)

1 April 2013: Jacqueline Belman, Madeline Fox, Kaela Hierholzer, Lee Schriber, Megan Shawcross, Timothy V. Williams, II.

Albion College (Zeta Xi)

24 April 2013: Nathaniel F. Arndts, Christopher N. Blaker, Patrick David Buck, Salaina C. Catalano, Rebecca L. Kosticak, Dong Keun Rhee, Katherine A. Sexton, Robert L. Woods, Briana E. Zizic.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa)

20 April 2013: Kyle J. Connor, Bridgette Oritz, Jeffrey Scharl.

Allegheny College (Alpha Eta Chi)

15 April 2013: Hillary T. Baughman, Abby Wagner Beerman, Alison M. Buzzard, Zoey E. Gaenzler, Jessica Lynn Gruber, Jocelyn M. Gruskiewicz, Sarah Hardin, Scott A. Keefer, Jessie C. Lamb, Rebecca Long, Matthew J. Mucci, John C. Nelson, Jr., KaitIin Elizabeth O'Brien, Amy L. Ochsenreiter, Zachary Lee Palmer, Joseph R. Pierce, Lauryn Eleanor Reiff, Austin R. Rock, Andrea Gayle Sharfman, Ion G. Simonides.

Alma College (Lambda Psi)

21 March 2013: Lindsey R. Miller.

American University (Epsilon Psi)

20 March 2013: Hallie Borstel, Andrew Chatfield, Catherine Abby Fennewald, Hannah Good, Anna Kaplan, Kathryn Kelly, Zachary Kopin, Jacob Levin, Meghan O'Connor, Nicole Orphanides, T. Hunter Presti, Jeffrey Raines, Sydney Rhodes, Kevin Rodgers, Latisha Russell, Daniel Schwarz, Caitlyn Sellar, Peter Shapiro, Samantha Theriault.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

18 April 2013: Gracie Ann Gonzalez, Lauren J. McCollum, Sara Criner Terral.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

26 March 2013: Rachel Marisa Abel, Matthew Forrest Alexander, Christopher Block, Carrie Dixon Boone, Joshua David Brooks, Lauren Elizabeth Dale, Tyree Darnell, Bethany Douglass, Micah Stephen Durham, Zachary Joseph Ferreira, Connor B. Harney, Tyler A. Helton, Nicole Holladay, Jennifer Nicole Johnson, Stefan Kunz, Megan E. Lawler, James Lewis McCallister, Thomas Owen McDonough, Samuel James McFarlane, Haley Samantha Morris, Patrick Shane Parker, Ashley Perveiler, Christopher William Rayner, Maegan Elizabeth Rogers, William Rooney, Joan Wenzela Scholl, Colleen F. Shea, Mary Kate Steinmetz, David Charles Tyson, Zachary Calvin Wheat, Samuel W. Wheeler.

Aquinas College (Theta Rho)

16 April 2013: Jane Dibble, Jason Kennedy Duncan, Bethany Kilcrease, Kevin Mahar, Breanne Stockall, Jacob Tasma.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

24 May 2013: Monika Bilka, Roman F. Chacon, III, Maire Orndorff, Emily Sosolik.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

25 April 2013: Shawnequa Clark, Jason Ertle, Rebecca S. Moses.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha Theta Gamma)

15 April 2013: Samantha N. Ashley, Jessica Elizabeth Birchler, Amber C. Harris, Cody Hartman, Hannah Limbocker, Kimberly S. Matthews, Michael McHalffey, Kyla McIsaac, Lyndsey Mosquito, John Zachary Nicholson, Cora Sanders, Natasha Scruggs, Amy Sheets.

Armstrong Atlantic State University (Sigma Theta)

29 April 2013: Paul A. Chapman, Matthew S. Dittmann, Michael Steven Granado, William Craig Hosch, Candace U. McNeal, Brittany C. Speller, Mary K. Swann.

Assumption College (Alpha Epsilon Rho)

18 April 2013: Audrey Cook, Mary Craig, John Donegan, Jason Duke, Giulianna Franchetti, Mary Guinee, Mary Jo Herlihy, Jennifer Kingston, Meagan Kullberg, Kara Lessels, Christopher McDermott, Nicole Meuse, Candace Ruby, Nichole Spilios.

Athens State University (Alpha Beta Lambda) 30 April 2013: Kayla C. …

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