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Phi Kappa Phi Initiates

Phi Kappa Phi Initiates

McNeese State University's chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi has recently inducted 44 students into the society.

Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine, Phi Kappa Phi is the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline honor society.

Student initiates are: Kevin M. Darling, Silsbee, Texas, Maria Christiana Dupre, Orange, Texas, 
Andrew Michael Fisher, Sulphur, Dorien Merci Fontenot, Ville Platte, Jacob Joseph France, Westlake, Derek E. Galloway, Lake Charles, Kimberly Heather Gilmore, Lake Charles, Kayley LaBowe, Jennings, Megan Elizabeth Landry, Lake Charles, Paige Nikole LaRocca, Lake Charles, Chelsea Blair Laughlin, Lake Charles, Katie Neely, DeRidder, Maria Alyssa Riggins, Vinton, Bliss Treya' Romero, Erath, Clinton Allen Ross, Lake Charles, Angela Christina Shepherd, Bridge City, Texas, Kyle James Smith, Lake Charles, Brianna Renee Smith, Lake Charles, Elizabeth Madison Sullivan, Lake Charles, Chrisnina Sutopo-Putri, Lake Charles, Lauryn Caitlin Teer, Sulphur, Tara Denise Trahan, Jennings, and Samantha L. Woodstock, Lake Charles, juniors; Benjamin Germain Bourgeois II, Sulphur, Hannah E. Chaney, Lake Charles, Mary C. Donaldson, Kinder, Pankaj Khadka, Lake Charles, Selena Paige Miller, Lake Charles, Brandon Plush, Merryville, Meghan Renee' Richard, Big Lake, Joshua M. Scheibler, Lake Charles, Kayla E. Shepherd, Lake Charles, and Natalie A. Thigpen, Lake Charles, seniors; and Stacy Lynn Austin, Austin, Texas, Brendan Matthew Egan, Quaker Hill, Conn., Jennifer Taylor Graham, Lake Charles, Satya Kishore Gutta, Lake Charles, J.D. Hibbitts, Lake Charles, Syrine W. Joubert, Lake Charles, 
Jared Keith Manuel, Oberlin, Pavan Kumar Marri, Lake Charles, Sharon Kaye Poindexter, Sulphur, Charley Silvio, Baton Rouge, and Jason Wright, Sulphur, graduate students.