Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Adelphi University (Zeta-Delta)

May 1, 2017: Ian M. Boltax, John Arnold Brunjes, Vincent R. Cangelosi, Jessica Choisez, Nicholas Giampietro, Warren Hubschman, Daniel Jarquin, Eric Kern, Morgan Faye T. Neuhedel, Amanda N. Reilly, Jerome Francis Sciacca, Cody G. Taylor, Vicky Zhao.

Albright College (Kappa-Beta)

May 23, 2017: Mikayla B. Blakeslee, Amanda B. Camporeale, Zoe Jacobs, Frank J. Lavery.

Alcorn State University (Alpha-Omicron-Sigma)

May 4, 2017: Shaniqua N. James, Margaret Scott.

Alfred University (Alpha-Lambda-Kappa)

April 7, 2017: Lindsay Neubeck.

Allegheny College (Alpha-Eta-Chi)

March 28, 2017: Justin T. Eicher, Patrick M. Hollenbeck, Sofia R. Kaufman, Niall A. Kneerim, Joshua J. Knupp, Catherine Clare LeBlanc, Mollie A. McDermott, Andrew M. Murphy, Emily Shahrzad Rahravan, Mark A. Venezia, Alex J. Weidenhof, Robinson F. Whitaker.

Alma College (Lambda-Psi)

April 18, 2017: Reanna M. Averill, Bergen Jome, Mackenzie Kalisiewicz, Michael Lumley-Orchard, Abigail Grace Klinger Porter, Katherine Rogers, Claire Stancroff, Amelia Walker.

Andrews University (Omicron-Lambda)

April 23, 2017: Shaianne Elizabeth Pierre, Faafesagai N. Talalima, Laisa Vakaloloma, Adeli Maria Bonita Wickham.

Angelo State University (Xi-Zeta)

April 10, 2017: Minhyoung Kang, Daniel Jed Lacy.

Appalachian State University (Omicron-Phi)

March 22, 2017: Katie Loraine Atwell, Daniel C. Autrey, Rebecca Boyette, James demons Brady, George William Carter III, Rachel R. Duke, Claire Marie Eubanks, Carter James Fontaine, Janet Katelyn Hammond, Sebastian Joseph Hay, Blake Hensley, Katherine Anne Hovey, Mackenzie Elizabeth Laney, Ashlee Jean Lanier, Jaycie Marissa Loud, Jessica Tierney McCausland, Allison Mary McManus, Autumn Rene Melby, Katelyn Rose Needell, Ashley Parker, Eleonora N. Parker, Neil T. Phipps, Jesse Michael Rumler, Anna Lee Spencer, Larry Travis Stanley, Emily Starnes, Jimmie Vaughn Jr., Sophie Weston, Cheyenne Abigail Williams.

Aquinas College (Theta-Rho)

April 18, 2017: Brett Guest.

Arcadia University (Iota-Theta)

May 1, 2017: Madison F. Dorschutz, Amanda Hulse, Vilius Kasmauskis, James Mahoney, Colleen E. Thompson, Danielle Uhlhorn.

Arizona State University (Iota-Gamma)

April 28, 2017: Leslie Doyle, Henry Sands, Marissa Sotomayor.

Arkansas State University (Eta-Chi)

April 11, 2017: Nathanael K. Grimes, Chase Newman, Will Walker.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha-Theta-Gamma)

May 1, 2017: Lisa M. Alderson, Venessa A. Arthur, Kaylee Nicole Bates, Nicholas R. Canale, John A. Clarke, Erin L. Conrad, Tyesha Breyana Dominae Daniels, Gary W. Fryer, Keaton Graves, Justin R. Moore, Elizabeth F. Sabins, Lisa M. Steelman, C. Taylor Summerville, Austin Ford Tatum, Sidney R. Thomas.

Armstrong State University (Sigma-Theta)

April 20, 2017: Joshua M. Glossop, Ashley Renee Johnston, Tarl A. Lancaster, Jennifer M. McCarthy.

Asbury University (Phi-Sigma)

April 28, 2017: Tyler A. Bowers, Victoria Lea McClary, Katrina Miller, Amanda M. Olivier, Emma B. Saska, Brandon L. Smoot.

Ashland University (Omicron-Zeta)

March 22, 2017: Kaitlyn R. Bailey, Katherine E. Fossaceca, Daniel F. Griffith, Matthew K. Reising, Tucker Bruce Wilkinson.

Assumption College (Alpha-Epsilon-Rho)

May 1, 2017: Samuel Fitzsimmons Birney, Elizabeth Anne Cardello, Laura Marie Cavanagh, Nicholas Anthony Commesso, Patrick Joseph Corcoran, Shannon Rose Dewar, Eileen Kathryn Duggan, Mattina Clemente Falco, Kurt John Falter, Ian Robert Flanagan, Jonathan T. Geromini, Allison Elizabeth Giles, Anna Judith MacLean, Meghan McKenzie Murray, Kathleen Marie Nolan, Mackenzie Mae Papuga, Patrick Nelson Radcliffe, Jordan M. Russo, Allison Ryel.

Auburn University (Kappa-Pi)

March 30, 2017: Sarah M. …

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