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Phi Kappa Phi society initiates local students

December 25, 2018

BATON ROUGE, La. — The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Students initiated are:

• Bukola Abodunde of Barboursville, initiated at Marshall Universityn Anastasia Artayet of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Sarah Canterbury of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Bo Chen of Barboursville, initiated at Marshall University

• Amanda Congleton of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Madison Davis of Ashland, initiated at Marshall University

• Amy Fields of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Karenann Flouhouse of Barboursville, initiated at Marshall University

• James Hoyle of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Alexander Kinder of Hurricane, initiated at Marshall University

• Kara Legg of Lesage, initiated at Marshall University

• Grace Linz of Milton, initiated at Marshall University

• Alexander Nguyen of Ashland, initiated at University of Kentucky

• Rosalynn Quinones of Chesapeake, initiated at Marshall University

• Anna Rollins of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Michael Rowe of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Allison Smarr of Hurricane, initiated at Marshall University

• Andrew Tao of Barboursville, initiated at University of Kentucky

• Heather Taylor of Huntington, initiated at Marshall University

• Michelle Terry of Culloden, initiated at Marshall University

• Ashley Vanderpool of Ashland, initiated at Marshall University

• Tiffani Webb of Culloden, initiated at Marshall University Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1897 under the leadership of undergraduate student Marcus L. Urann who had a desire to create a different kind of honor society: one that recognized excellence in all academic disciplines.

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