KC Holds Phi Theta Kappa Induction

KC
April 3, 2015
Kaskaskia College is proud to announce that it recently held a Spring Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Induction.

The Phi Theta Kappa Fraternity of Kaskaskia College is a recognized honorary scholastic organization whose object is to promote scholarship, to develop character, and to cultivate
fellowship among students in junior colleges in the United States. The chapter on the Kaskaskia College campus is known as the Iota Omicron Chapter. Active student members must maintain a scholastic average during each semester, in keeping with the original qualifications as set forth in the National Constitution of the fraternity.

Students inducted include:

Altamont
MacKenzie Hammer

Ashley
Travis Ebert
Teresa Woodside

Aviston
Andrea Markus
Kerry Porter

Belvidere
Emily Irwin

Breese
Thomas Antonacci
Kimberly Lowe
Kylee Wuest

Carlyle
Kylee Ledbetter

Centralia
Abubakar Abulfathi
Brytni Mansker
Ashley Purvis
Jordan Ramsour
Karly Schwalm
Macy Shaffner
Paige Wells
Macy Wendling

Effingham
Sarah Thompson

Greenville
James Johnson

Highland
Drew Buehne

Irvington
Russell Rothchild

Modoc
Julia Raban

Mt. Vernon
Kayleigh Kirk

Nashville
Nicholas Haley
Jordi Harre
Ashley Kirchner
James Waugh

New Baden
Ashleigh Brandmeyer

Patoka
John Houston

Pocahontas
Mallory Daum
Luke Thomas

Salem
Temitope Adenekan
Josye Carter
Brock Meigs
Michelle Williams

Sandoval
Tiffany Lyons

Smithton
Chelsea Hill

Steeleville
Darin Winkelman

Vandalia
Stacey Carpenter
Heather Frailey

Pictured are 2015 Inductees along with current officers in front row: Zach Steinkamp (Bartelso), Vice President of Fellowship; Lanie Moore (Odin), President; Sarah Kreke (Bartelso), President; and Alex Gebke (Bartelso), Vice President of Leadership.

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