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The Phi Beta Kappa honor society admits the top 10 percent of a graduating class.

Barnard has announced its class of 2017 Phi Beta Kappa inductees, with 50 seniors added to the ranks of the honor society.

Phi Beta Kappa is one of the nation’s most prestigious academic honor societies, with only 10 percent of students in a graduating class being invited to join. Students do not apply for consideration, but are instead considered based on their achievements and faculty recommendations by a committee of faculty members who are also members of Phi Beta Kappa.

The list of inductees can be found below.

Elizabeth Abrahams

Naomi Batzer

Nicole Bernstein

Hannah-Puah Brody

Mary Danisi

Mira Dayal

Devon de Wolff

Hannah Dunn

Zoë Ehrenberg

Anna Espinola Lynn

Mary Falls Kennedy

Madeline Finkel

Ayesha Firdous

Kathryn Gautier

Marielle Greenblatt

Karmpreet Grewal

Anna Guerrero

Lanting He

Sasha Hill

Vanessa Holyoak

Julie Katz

Sabrina Khan

Fatimazohra Koli

Sarah Krantz

Ruby Lee

Shana Leshko

Molly Lo Re

Emily London

Jessica Lu

Melyssa Mandelbaum

Paulina Mangubat

Nadia Mbonde

Samantha Meisels

Lacey Minot

Kathryn Morris

Jilian Pizzi

Shayna Reed

Nika Sabasteanski

Molly Schneider

Rafaella Schor

Allison Seife

Carolyn Silverman

Ariella Spievack

Nicole Sweet

Danielle Tal

Jenny Tan

Madeline Walsh

Eliana Ward-Lev

Taylor Zar

Caroline Zola

ainsley.bandrowski@columbiaspectator.com | @ACBandrowski

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