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On February 27, select Virginia Wesleyan University first-year students were inducted into Phi Eta Sigma, the nation's oldest and largest honor society for college and university students in their first year, in all disciplines (view photo). Phi Eta Sigma was founded in 1923 at the University of Illinois with a mission to encourage and reward academic excellence among freshmen at institutions of higher learning. Since its founding, more than 1.1 million scholars have been inducted into Phi Eta Sigma chapters on 378 campuses across the United States. Our own Virginia Wesleyan chapter was founded 35 years ago, in 1983, and today consists of approximately 180 active student members. Congratulations to the 29 newest members of Phi Eta Sigma:
Spring 2018 Phi Eta Sigma Inductees
Hannah Allen                       Elise Herring
Nailah Alston-Iszard             Alexander Leonard
Alyssa Balanta                    Quinton Nace
Alexi Baumgardner               Michelle Olvera
Allaina Boggs                       Catherine Ponack
Shannon Bradley                  Alex Powers
Aleah Brinn                          Sarah Ramsey
Katherine Brockenbrough      Asha Richards
McKayla Calapp                   Catherine Sedgewick
Molly Delmont                      Andrew Taylor
Hunter Draut                        Jennifer Vega
Lora Fara                             Jenna Whitener
Kitana Finley                        Cydni Young
Miranda Hardwicke                Victoria Zuppa
Ezekiel Herrera-Bevan