Students initiated into Omicron Delta Kappa

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Eight juniors and 21 seniors are Sewanee’s newest members of Omicron Delta Kappa. The students were initiated on November 4, joining the eight returning senior members who were initiated last year.

The new members are Hannah Pace Beath, Fleming Russell Beaver II, Emily Fox Blau, Amanda E. Callihan, Paul T. Campbell, Oliver Crawford, Tilden Davis, Angelica E. De Freitas, Norris Eppes, Thomas Bradley Hall, Sarah Haynes, Charles Naddaff Hughes, Vivien Kis, Shelby Layne Koebley, HuaJun Liu, Mary Katherine McAlister, Asia Dionne McIntosh, Katherine Emel Mustafa, Amy Michelle Nelson, Evergiste Ngabo, Mary Ottley, Joanna Parkman, Paniz Rezaeerod, Caroline Anna Roberts, Warren L. Snead III , Samuel R. Taussig, Luis Tinoco, Roshni Rani Walia, and Caroline Williams.

The returning senior ODK members are Anna Maryam Alikhani, Benjamin Reza Almassi, Margaret McCrory Armistead, Katherine E. Kelsey Koontz, Brittany Shanielle Macon, Carolyn Grace Pearigen, Daniel Mathison Williams, and Page Simpson Wilson. The officers for 2013-14 are President Meg Armistead and Vice-Presidents Anna Alikhani and Pagie Wilson.

Sewanee's Alpha Alpha Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa was founded in 1929.

National leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa was founded in 1914 by 15 student and faculty leaders at Washington and Lee University. It was the first national college honor society to give recognition for meritorious leadership and service in extracurricular activities and to encourage development of general campus citizenship. The Society recognizes achievement in five areas: scholarship; athletics; campus or community service, social or religious activities and campus government; journalism, speech and the mass media, and creative and performing arts. There are now Circles of Omicron Delta Kappa at more than 300 institutions of higher learning.

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