Photo Caption: Keystone College recently inducted more than 20 students into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society. First row, from left: Alyssa Hughes, society president; Kristy Hansen, society parliamentarian/historian; Meg Oyer, society campus relations; Molly Powers, society public relations; and Jasmin Cone, society secretary. Second row, from left: Inductees Anna Grace Elias, Saywattie Gobin, Riley A. Hayes, Cheetal D. Kalapnath, Hasheny Kalapnath, Autum M. Kitajima, Brian Klatt, Reymy D. Novas, Helena M. Petro, Emily M. Orazi, Trisha Roslund, Lauren A. Smith, Noelis N. Taveras, Amy M. Warrick, Alexandra Williams, and Samuel R. Vierling.
Alpha Lambda Delta Recognizes Freshman Students
Keystone College recently inducted more than 20 students into a national honor society, Alpha Lambda Delta.
Founded in 1924, Alpha Lambda Delta recognizes full-time, first-year students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree and achieved a minimum GPA of 3.5 during their freshman year.
The following students were inducted into the society: Anna Grace Elias, Patton; Jacqueline Chavez, Aurora, Ill.; Anthony J. Clapper, Archbald; Saywattie Gobin, Long Pond; Riley A. Hayes, Alexandria, Va.; Cheetal D. Kalapnath, Tobyhanna; Hasheny Kalapnath, Tobyhanna; Autum M. Kitajima, Waterville; Brian Klatt, Scranton; Samantha M. Layne-Perkins, La Plume; Reymy D. Novas, Scranton; Emily M. Orazi, Carbondale; Helena M. Petro, Pittston; Trisha Roslund, Tioga; Lauren A. Smith, Scotrun; Noelis N. Taveras, Hazleton; Mark R. Trexler, Tunkhannock; Samuel R. Vierling, Factoryville; and Amy M. Warrick, Clarks Summit; Alexandra Williams, Elkton, Md.
Frank J. Ohotnicky, Director of the Learning Center, serves as advisor to the society.