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Columbia Announces 2016 Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

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Columbia has announced this year’s inductees from the senior class for Phi Beta Kappa, the national honor society. The list include 94 students, or 10 percent of the Columbia College graduating class. The announcement explains the inductees were chosen by “a faculty selection committee of Phi Beta Kappa members based on the breadth, depth and rigor of their academic programs, as well as recommendations from faculty members who have worked closely them.” All inductees will be initiated on May 17.

You can find a full list of the inductees below. The list of inductees chosen for the Junior Phi Beta Kappa in January are also included at bottom of the announcement. Congratulations to all who made the list!

Eli Aleinikoff
Mesfin Araya
Kirsten Arnell
Maya Barad
Jonah Belser
Elijahu Ben-Michael
David Blackman
Jacob Boeri
Nicole Borchard
Christopher Browner
Matthew Bruck
Shuting Cai
Bianca Capone
Jacob Chapman
Ella Coon
Sara Corcoran
Eliza Cricco-Lizza
Parsa Erfani
Ella Every-Wortman
Jacob Gagne
Julia Ghahramani
Rebecca Glanzer
Eleanor Goerss
Hannah Gorman
Sarah Green
Robert Gross
Adil Habib
Omar Halawa
Yi He
Cole Hickman
Erika Holmberg
Isabelle Howell
Noah Jackson
Grace Jamieson
Karina Jougla
Nicole Kaack
Lara Karaaslan
Claudia Khoury
Gayoung Kim
Suzie Kim
Danielle Kovarsky
Erin Larson
Anna Lawson
Max Lawton
Joanna Lee
Sangmin Lee
Chengxi Li
Andrew Lifland
Andrew Liu
Jeffrey Liu
Anna Lopresti
Gabrielle Lovett
Cameron MacCabe
Samuel Magaziner
Dean Marshall
Daniel Morgan
Katherine Nelson
Anjelica Neslin
Eitan Neugut
Elena Nicolaou
Seth Olsen
Ji Woon Park
Kady Pu
Shen Qiu
Jonathan Reamer
Colin Ross
Hyeon Ji Ryu
Jeremy Sacks
Maxwell Schwartz
Melissa Seto
Danielle Smith
Megan Stater
Vivian Tanga
Sarah Thompson
Tessa Thwaites
Brian Trippe
Rebekka Troychanskiy
Fabiola Urdaneta
Ramis Wadood
Kristina Wald
Angel Wang
Linda Wang
Yichen Wang
Chen Wei
Christian Wesselhoeft
Sarah Whittenburg
Jong In Yoon
Marissa Young
Ruoning Zhai
Andy Zhang
Ming Zhao
Nathan Zhao
Michelle Zheng
Lingzi Zhuang

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  • post the tbp engineers! says:

    @post the tbp engineers! POST THE TBP ENGINEERS TOO

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous maya barad is a dancer and a star

  • adil habib fan says:

    @adil habib fan IS THERE ANYTHING HE CAN’T DO?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Is that the same Gabby Lovett as the one with the beautiful, silky hair that I took Ashley Nail with? If so, well deserved.

    1. The real G$ says:

      @The real G$ Nah different Gabby Lovett

      1. PChem Lab says:

        @PChem Lab She’s lying it is her WE LOVE YOU G-MONEY

  • Feminist says:

    @Feminist Post the barnard inductees also!!!

    1. but says:

      @but but honestly does barnard phi beta kappa really mean anything?

      1. elitist snob ^ says:

        @elitist snob ^ the world does not revolve around CC

        1. but says:

          @but it kinda does…

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Wow.

  • Lara says:

    @Lara wait is this a list of 1020 perfect attendance..?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Claas of 2016 I love you!

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