Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alpha Alpha Alpha (Biola University)          [Alpha][Alpha][Alpha]

2 March 2000: Mark D. Baesel; 29 March 2000: Jeffrey D. Leary; 13
April 2000: Daniel J. Price, Stephanie D. Schnorbus.

Alpha Alpha Beta (Saint Francis College)       [Alpha][Alpha][Beta]

10 April 2000: Nicholaos J. Jones, Emily A. Kist, Eric J. Nagel.

Alpha Alpha Delta (University of Rio
  Grande)                                    [Alpha][Alpha] [Delta]

25 May 2000: Michael J. Barnett, Terri M. Camden, Barbarina Y.
Davidson, Karen A. Hinchman, Michael P. Holley Jr., Jennifer B.
Lawhorn, Teresa Preston, Charlotte A. Register, Jeremy R. Ward,
Jennifer S. Warren.

Alpha Alpha Eta (Virginia State University)     [Alpha][Alpha][Eta]

6 April 2000: Keisha S. Allen, Alicia E. McCloud, Paul W. McKee
III, Ericka S. Palmer, Justin C. Ragland, Rodney A. Robinson,
Andre D. Williams.

Alpha Alpha Iota (Liberty University)          [Alpha][Alpha][Iota]

25 April 2000: David T. Cooper, Amanda O. DeRosia, Joseph A.
DiCarlo, Amanda D. Martin, Donna J. Reber, Jordan B. Rickards.

Alpha Alpha Kappa (Cameron University)        [Alpha][Alpha][Kappa]

7 April 2000: Robert W. Duncan, Danielle D. Hester, Alvis L. Hobbs,
Yelena L. Hurning, Thomas R. Nelson, Jose M. Olivero, Lara E.
Owens, Julie H. Pleasant, Michele R. Quintin.

Alpha Alpha Mu (University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas
 Southmost College)                              [Alpha][Alpha][Mu]

23 February 2000: Joe R. Dimsdle Jr., Josefina E. Espinoza, Cynthia
Garcia, Lisa M. Gonzales, Gerardo Ramirez, Lea E. Salazar, Juan
Villela Jr.

Alpha Alpha Nu (Coppin State College)            [Alpha][Alpha][Nu]

12 May 2000: Cedric D. Butler II, Dontraneil D. Clayborne, Shelley
C. Fabre, Selina M. Gladden-Wilmer, Ernest C. Knox, Rozena A. Knox,
Deneen O. Moore-McDonald, Adjai N. Robinson, Diane M. Russell,
Wallace C. Thomas.

Alpha Alpha Omicron (Drew University)       [Alpha][Alpha][Omicron]

27 April 2000: MaryBeth Ehrhardt, Maria A. Garrison, Kate E.
Greifzu, Jennifer E. Hicks, David A. Kimmel, Gabriel M. Levitt,
Robin A. Mills, Douglas P. Palermo.

Alpha Alpha Phi (North Carolina
 State University)                              [Alpha][Alpha][Phi]

25 April 2000: Hollis M. Amley, Laura Y. Baxley, Erin L. Bell,
Scott A. Branon, Jane V. Charles, Christine R. Gambino, Lauren R.
Harry, Katherine L. Hensley, Jason M. Iversen, Amalia G. Kakissis,
Allison D. Little, Mark A. Lovvorn, Jennifer E. Martin, Emily R.
Moore, Kieran F. Murray, Blair D. Schultea, Jonathan T. Sizemore,
Vadim Svecharnik, Jason E. Tomberlin, Caroline J. Walters, Ansley
H. Wegner, Michael L. Weisel.

Alpha Alpha Pi (Iona College)                    [Alpha][Alpha][Pi]

18 April 2000: Marko Markolovic; 28 April 2000: Philine G. Vega.

Alpha Alpha Psi (University of Vermont)         [Alpha][Alpha][Psi]

7 April 2000: Robert L. Atkinson, Emily S. Burrill, John E.
Chastenay, William W. Coventry, William T. Feeney, Anastasia H.
Goff, Jennifer L. Goodman, Amelia R. Gulkis, Kristina M. Jacobsen,
Christopher C. Krueger, John D. Morton, Christina E. Nolan, Edward
R. O'Connor, Maximilian P. Owre, Mary E. Reynolds, Sarah B.
Rockwood, Rebecca J. Rubin, Stephen E. Schachterle, Eric M. Sigman,
Seema Sohi, David A. Stewart, Wendalyn W. Truax, Marshall M. True,
Erika-Beth Wagner, Jennifer E. Weiss, Mary Margaret Welch.

Alpha Alpha Theta (South Dakota
 State University)                            [Alpha][Alpha][Theta]

23 March 2000: Susie J. Hadrick, Richard W. Hunter, James N.
Pfotenhauer, Daniel R. Sammons.

Alpha Alpha Upsilon (University of
 Indianapolis)                              [Alpha][Alpha][Upsilon]

9 April 2000: Russell W. Ayres, Amanda M. Brian, Nicole M. Eaton,
A. James Fuller, Jason C. Larson, Emily G. Lohr-Stickey, Stephanie
R. Nyborg, Joshua D. Payne, Jeffrey T. Spencer, Elizabeth M.
Zellers.

Alpha Beta (College of Wooster)                       [Alpha][Beta]

28 February 2000: Erika D. … 

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