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Barnard 2017 Preliminary Phi Beta Kappa Inductees Announced

PBK as in Phi Betta Kappa not Pottery Barn Kids.

PBK as in Phi Betta Kappa not Pottery Barn Kids.

This morning, Barnard released the first batch of Class of 2017 inductees to the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. The list includes a total of 13 students, a truly small percentage of the graduating class.

You can find the full list of inductees below. Congratulations, nerds! And for those still hoping to be inducted, maybe you shouldn’t have gone out all those nights. In all seriousness, more inductees will be announced later in the year, but for now *drumroll*:

Maya Alper

Lacey Bookspan

Isabel Dicker

Yonina Frim

Rochelle Hafif

Emily Jones

Colette Kelly

Elissa Li

Rebekeh Packer

Samantha Perlstein

Mary Rankin

Joyce Tang

Olivia Williamson

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