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Nineteen Students Inducted into Alpha Chi Honor Society

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    Some of the new members of Alpha Chi stand with chapter president Kira McEntire and vice president Rachel Thibodeau following their Feb. 13 induction ceremony. (Photo by Erica Grant)

National honor society was started at Southwestern in 1922

Nineteen Southwestern University students were inducted into the Alpha Chi national honor society Feb. 13.

Alpha Chi grew out of a Scholarship Society that was organized at Southwestern in 1915. It was formally founded on Feb. 22, 1922. There are now approximately 300 Alpha Chi chapters across the country.

Membership in Alpha Chi is open to juniors and seniors who are in the top 10 percent of their class.

The 2013 inductees were:
Alexandra Bryan
Cortney Carlson
Gregory Carrera
Katherine Elder
Kendall Guidroz
Christina Hadly
Hayley Hamilton
Stephen Holloway
Lindsay Jakszta
Lindsey Moringy
Megan Myers
Rebecca Norcini
Joshua Page
Samantha Sada
Kristin Stuckey
Megan Vestal
Gina Watts
Erin Weber
Emily Wick