Williams College Students Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williams College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) held its induction ceremony for the Class of 2018 on Saturday, June 2. Professor Julie Blackwood was faculty speaker and Professor Stephen Fix, the PBK historian, gave a brief history of PBK at Williams.

Class of 2018 Senior inductees are: Natasha T. Baranow, Stephanie I. Boulger, Daniel S. Brandes, Adam A. Calogeras, Erica K. Chang, Michael L. Chen, Natalie M. DiNenno, Krista Y. Gelev, Rebecca A. Gorelov, Danielle A. Grier, Helene N. Hall, Heidi P. Halvorsen, Isabella Huang, Gabrielle S. Ilagan, Charles C. Jersey, Alexander R. Kilman, Molly R. Knoedler, Elizaveta Lavrova, Calvin G. Ludwig, Christopher S. McLaughlin, Tobias D. Muellers, Eric W. Muscosky, Timothy P. Nagle-McNaughton, Daishiro Nishida, Francesca Paris, Christine M. Pash, Ashay N. Patel, Arielle R. Rawlings, Samuel W. Reinert, Sophia R. Robert, John J. Rodriguez, James R. Sawyers, Allegra J. Simon, Delaney M. Smith, Mackenzie S. Snyder, Rehaan Vij, Phuong U. Vo, Wilson X. Wang, Allison R. Wong, Julia L. Yarak, and Seunghyun A. Yeo.

The Class of 2018 Junior inductees (i.e., students inducted this fall) are: Jackson D. Barber, Jasper P. Burget, Anna L. DeLoi, Benjamin J. Decker, Alyssa L. Epstein, Sarah M. Fleming, Rebecca D. Gunderson, Sumun S. Iyer, Richard M. Jin, Arjun Kakkar, Sichao Liu, Stephanie Liu, Peter A. Lugthart, Eleanor H. Lustig, Jonathan X. Meng, Anna C. Neufeld, Nicholas B. Post, Cassandra G. Pruitt, Timothy W. Randolph, Morris J. Reeves, Jacob Sperber, Emily N. Sundquist, Madeline C. Walsh, Bingyi Wang, Benjamin D. Williams, Jamie Wu, Sophie E. Wunderlich, Yinga Q. Xia, and Tianlun Zhang.

 


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