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The national honor society, founded in 1776, stands among the highest prestigious academic distinctions for undergraduate students nationwide.

48 School of General Studies seniors have been inducted into the New York Delta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.

The national honor society, founded in 1776, stands among the highest prestigious academic distinctions for undergraduate students nationwide. Every year, the top 10 percent of the school’s graduating class is elected to Phi Beta Kappa by a faculty selection committee.

A ceremony celebrating the students’ academic accomplishments will be held on Friday, May 17 at Faculty House.

The full list of inductees can be found below.

Or Daniel Aboodi

Lou Lea Abramowicz

Noam Alon

Marlene Arbess

Mary Sophia Bannister

Nathan Canadas

Jesse Leigh Chase-Lubitz

Rachel Hope Churchill

Sabrine Djemil

Jessica Doyle

Roysi Eskenazi

Megan Emily Evershed

Elizabeth Millis Faust

Laurin Jessica Gagne

Justinas Grigaitis

Xinyi Gu

Brett Logan Hardman

Matthew Jeffery Hess

Hardy Hewson

Shizuka Inoue

Shireen Jalali-Yazdi

Sharon Kavjian

Yona Aryeh Kornsgold

Wan Yii Lee

Celine Lessard-Brandt

Dalton James Fischer Linnett

Miguel Andres Lopez

Nazira Benzi Lyrio

Pearl Jay Mutnick

Michelle Page

Xinghe Pan

Silia Polyzogopoulou

Gaspard Stanislas Rames

Sofia Page Riva

Zachary Andre Rotman

Elisa Ellen Sisto

Katarina Skoko

Alan Matthew Spadone

Marthinus Christo Strydom

Brittany Marie Summer

Sebastian Rafael Torero

Yen Ba Vu

Bingchen Wang

Anne Stone Whitney

Marina Sophia Valentin Wilbraham

Peilin Wu

Yuwei Zhang

Ryan Zohar

Staff writer Emma James can be contacted at emma.james@columbiaspectator.com. Follow her on Twitter at @emmawolfjames.

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