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Barnard Announces Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

A low-angle shot of Barnard HallCongratulations to Barnard’s 2017 Phi Beta Kappa Inductees!

Elizabeth Abrahams
Naomi Batzer
Nicole Bernstein
Hannah-Puah Brody
Mary Danisi
Mira Dayal
Devon de Wolff
Hannah Dunn
Zoe 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
Emily London
Jessica Lu
Melyssa Mandelbaum
Paulina Mangubat
Nadia Mbonde
Samantha Meisels
Lacey Minot
Molly Lo Re
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

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    @Anonymous It’s “Molly Lo Re” not “Lo Re Molly!”

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    @Paul Tharp Always fantastic!

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