Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Adelphi University (Zeta Delta)

29 April 2014: Stephen Beckwith, Kharina Shinece Bissessar, Loreya Culhim, Joseph Fox, Matthew Goldstein, Tara Kubat, Linda Naumann, Sarah O'Connor, David Perrotto, Matthew Rakowski, Samantha Rescigno, James Williams, Alexandra Wurglics.

Albany State University (Omicron Theta)

21 March 2014: Cornelius Spearman.

Allegheny College (Alpha Eta Chi)

14 April 2014: Mary E. Bonnacchi, Lindsay A. Fischer, Dalton W. Johnson, Abigail L. Lombard, Maya Eliza Metzger, Rachel R. Noall, Charles T. Triolo, Mathew V. Yen, Annabel C. Zinn.

Andrews University (Omicron Lambda)

10 April 2012: Bradley P. Sica.

18 April 2014: Clifford George Allen, Bryan Baldwin, Keila Yvelisse Carmona, Meredith Jessenia Chavez, Dakota J. Hall, Joel G. Hatline, Givan Allison Hinds, Ryan Z. Logan, Stephanie A. Oliver, Jason H. Park, Zechariah Abraham Salisbury, Shawn G. Schwarz, Lauren Tieri.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

30 April 2014: Lizeth G. Becerra, Ray T. Chhith.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

16 April 2014: Charles Douthet Barton, III, Gretchen Maria Brown, Troy Campbell Colvard, Paul Albert Connell, Whitney Elizabeth Connette, Jared Richard Harris, Christopher Eric Howard, Cooper MacFarlane Howe, Connor Mackenzie Kusilek, Brooke Ann Laing, Kalen Drew Martin, Kimberly Nicole Martinez, Brittney Lynn Maslowski, Derek Ross McSwain, Christian Randall Moncelle, Megan North, Joseph Keaton Patterson, Alexander C. Payne, Hiram Alston Poplin, Robert Luke Sealey, Peter Alexander Greene Selden, Graham David Shelton, Whitnie Leann Shook, Courtney Elizabeth Sigmon, Daniel Ryan Southard, Douglas Andrew Tuers, Nicolas Joseph Valle.

Aquinas College (Theta Rho)

16 April 2014: Emily Blakowski, Danielle Marie Flint, Daniel Eric Luckenbaugh, George Richard Wissmiller, Brian Allen Woodin.

Arcadia University (Iota Theta)

17 April 2014: Amanda Burdziak, Alexandra Dark, Katrina Ehrlich, Wendy Gallagher, Amanda Graf, Rebecca Hart, Courtney L. Hogan, Alyssa Loney, Nicholas Paul, Kayla Peterson, Tayla Plotke, Amanda M. Rockwood, Claire Wolfinger.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

6 May 2014: Brianna Barcena, Daniel Crawford, Marissa Ivie, Jentry Lanza, Alexia M. Lawson, Dean Niven, Stephen Reed, Candace Scillieri, Manuela Tari, Keri Trimble.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

1 May 2014: Michael Colton Adkisson, Monica Campbell, Chase Cook, Timothy Daley, Bianca Garcia, Gregory James Liles, Micah Michelle Rogers, Danny Aaron Russell, Sarah Vangilder.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha Theta Gamma)

1 May 2014: Allen Blackford, Audra M. Butler, Antonio J. Contreras, Donald W. Fate, Linh Thuy Hoang, Matthew T. Hornung, Logan Humphrey, Hayley J. Paquet, Caitlin L. Roe, Hailey D. Smith, Marie C. Williams, Christopher B. Willis, Jason S. Young.

Armstrong Atlantic State University (Sigma Theta)

1 May 2014: Destinee Nicole Andrews, Justin P. Berardi, Tyler N. Carlson, Christopher Thomas Craft, Austin A. Deray, Skyler T. Ienuso, Ashley E. Jester, Anna K. Ruff, Kristin Nicole Singleton, Katherine E. Soule, Taylor Danielle Stokes.

Asbury University (Phi Sigma) 2 May 2014: Sarah Ann Henley, Bradley H. Strait, Calicia L. Wilson, Ryan J. Yoder.

Assumption College (Alpha Epsilon Rbo)

15 April 2014: Ralph Cola, Nicholas Curello, Katerina Fella, Melanie Flaherty, Madeline Harley, Sara Heath, Jonathan Horgan, Jesse Hunt, Caitlin Miller, Lauren Moreira, Daniel Murphy, Jason Pink, Samantha Remillard, Erin Riley, Rachel Statkis, Tyler Stillings, Amy West.

Auburn University (Kappa Pi)

25 February 2014: Shauni T. Armstead, Brittney E. Brannum, Perry A. Colvin, Melda L. Deverell, Kelly A. Gates, Anna L. McNeal, Patrick M. Padilla, Benjamin J. Shiver, Jonathon W. Whitehead. …

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