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National Hispanic Honor Society Inducts 10 Students

August 09, 2017

Chip Underhill
Communications and Marketing
(603) 641-7326 (Desk)
cunderhill@anselm.edu

Sigma Delta Pi, the national collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, inducted 10 students of Saint Anselm for the recent 2016-2017 academic year.

The following students are now members of Omicron Rho, the chapter of Sigma Delta Pi at Saint Anselm College. They are listed with their majors, class years, and hometowns.

Alexis Ahern, Communication, 2018; Marshfield, Mass.
Alicia Chouinard, Criminal Justice, 2017; Natick, Mass.
Cecilia Chrisom, 2017, Business; Dover, N.H.
Emily Craig, Spanish, 2019; Tyngsboro, Mass.
Katie Duane, Nursing, 2017; Braintree, Mass.
Megan Miller, Mathematics and Secondary Education, 2019; Poway, Calif.
Elizabeth Moore, 2019, English and Spanish; Tolland, Conn.
Madison Sarra, Mathematics and Secondary Education, 2019; South Windsor, Conn.
Peyton Wallace, Education Studies, 2018; Oceanside, Calif.
Amanda Young, Education Studies, 2017; Wrentham, Mass.

Sigma Delta Pi honors students who seek and attain excellence in the study of Spanish language, literature, and culture. Students are considered for membership with a 3.0 or higher GPA, who have completed at least one Spanish culture or literature course above the 300 level, and who are in the top 35% of their class.   The society was founded at the University of California, Berkeley by student Ruth Barnes in 1919. The Omicron Rho chapter was founded at Saint Anselm College in 1984.

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