Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Abilene Christian University (Zeta Beta) 14 October 2014: Abigail Fransen, Kaley Knowlton, Coleton Spruill, Brandon Wianecki.

Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi) 19 November 2014: Quinn C. Cartall, Hannah M. Goff, Yuqiu Guo, Emily Davis Etheridge Hamre, Elizabeth M. Rowe, Jane G. Snyder.

Appalachian State University (Omicroti Phi) 19 November 2014: John Claudius Allen, IV, Nathan Chandler Allen, Meghan Andreoli, Anna Baschnagel, George Dylan Boan, Wesley Thomas Davis, Richard Patteson Dixon, Caitlin Ann Flannery, William Austin Flint, Grace Kim, Steven Lee Lewis, Nathanael A. Luger, Laura Malinoski, Karla Miner, Cecilia Margaret Rasp, Benjamin Wilson Adkins Stainback, Taylor Shae Starnes, Larissa Dare Stewart, Joshua Scott Walker, Taylore Williams.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta) 4 December 2014: Matthew Broggie, Daniel M. Campbell, Tonya F. Howell, Devon Mary Allenby Mindt, T. Renee Odom-Stawski, Amanda F. Schnaithman, Brian K. Seaney, Phillip D. Swanson, Alisa R. White, Timothy F. Winters.

Azusa Pacific University (Alpha Omicroti Tau) 7 November 2014: Veronica A. Gutierrez, Allison Hart, David Lambert, Bryan Lamkin, Kaitlyn Lee, Franklin Lentulo, Lennox J. Moreno Lugo, Edmund Mazza, Christopher Moran, Daniel Palm, Victoria Perez, Benjamin Pimentel, Veronica Roberts, Ethan Schrum, Forrest Tylutki, Jon Wallace, Jennifer Walsh, Mikaela Witherspoon.

Baylor University (Tau Beta) 2 December 2014: Belinda Katie Allgood, Alyssa Chavira, Hunter Field, Michelle Elizabeth Herbelin, Alistair Jones, Jaziah Masters, Abby Miller, Taylor Ashlyn Neely, Anna Redhair, Shawn Rejcek, Amy Snitchler, Cohen Stanberry, Joan Stanton.

Belmont University (Xi Alpha) 9 October 2014: Rita S. Brown, Kaytlyn R. Lowhorn, Levis S. Padron, Paul M. Raccio, Erin M. Weber.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha) 17 November 2014: Alicia J. Castelluccio, Alexander Ross Girard, Marisa A. Klomp, Erin Rose McAllister, Jared J. Otto, Natasha M. Storti.

Birmingham-Southern College (Chi Xi) 15 June 2015: Marcus H. Beans, Hannah M. Byrne, Lauren Elizabeth Chisholm, Emily Claire DuVall, Dunya Habash, John Lars McGivaren, Sean Moran, Bailey L. Phillips, Holly P. Ragland, Chay Thomas Smithson, Julia C. Templeton, Margaret Ann Ward.

Boston University (Delta Mu) 26 September 2014: Austin Saline.

Brandeis University (Alpha Epsilon Omicron) 1 June 2015: Eli Jacob Boonin-Vail, Jason Michael Desimone, Veronica B. Saltzman, Robert T. Santamaria, Rebeckah T. Scheiner, Brandon M. Sousa, Danielle N. Stubbe, Zi Jing Teoh.

Bridgewater College (Alpha Eta Phi) 4 May 2015: David S. Cheplick.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi) 3 November 2014: Quinn Rachel Beeson, Bryan Eldon Cox, Justin Holmes, Charles Horikami, Michael Hyde, Bryson King, Gabrieia Phend, Thomas J. Sevy, Hayden Timmins, Abigail Fae Tucker.

Buffalo State College (Chi Alpha) 18 November 2014: Lance P. Boos, Dominique A. Donadelle, Sean Fitzgerald Donohue, Daniel Flynn, Hakeem Jackson, Nicholas B. Kotarski, Kim Marie McDuffie, Daniel Joseph Talbot.

California Lutheran University (Alpha Xi Psi) 3 December 2014: Kevin J. Adams, Conor Finfrock, Chelsea N. Graf.

California State University-Bakersfield (Psi Zeta) 16 May 2015: Daniel J. Anderson, Shannon Banks, Benjamin Jon Beutler, Carissa Hicks, John Phillip Lauer, Elias Medina, Nichole Villanueva, Jamal T. Wright.

California State University-Channel Islands (Alpha Xi Kappa) 1 December 2014: Christopher M. MacMahon, Melayna L. Moore, Andrew Rogers, Sara Ann Sanders, Jessika Lynne Unterberger, Joel T. Weinzetl, Jr.

California State University-Dominguez Hills (Tau Epsilon) 25 November 2014: Scott Aquiles.

California State University-Fresno (Alpha Kappa Beta) 11 December 2014: Madalyn Francis Avitabile, Greta D. Bell, Katrin Boniface, Connor T. Calaway, Carlos Manuel Calderon-Phangrath, Sierra Dawn Downey, Kassandra M. …

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