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Thirteen Barnard seniors have been inducted as Junior Phi Beta Kappa, the college announced on Tuesday.

Phi Beta Kappa is one of the most prestigious academic honor societies for undergraduates and inducts 10 percent of the graduating class as members each year. Students are selected based on academic achievement and faculty recommendations.

While only the top 2 percent of the senior class is inducted in the fall as Junior Phi Beta Kappa, the remaining 8 percent will be elected in the spring.

The names and majors of the inductees can be found below:

Lindsay Chevlin (Biology)

Yoonyoung Choi (Psychology)

Anna Coerver (Physics)

Sophie Freedman (Theatre)

Yifei Guo (Economics)

Wei Han (Computer Science)

Hye Rin Joo (Art History)

Tamar Liberman (Psychology)

Alexandra Lozada (Economics)

Lydia Nasser (Anthropology)

Dominique Porcaro (Psychology)

Ariel Rissman (Psychology)

Aimee Toner (Economics, Ethnomusicology)

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