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Columbia College Announces Spring 2019 Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

This past Monday, Columbia College announced that 97 seniors will be inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, a couple of weeks after Barnard announced its spring inductees.

Each year, 10% of the CC graduating class is inducted to the national honor society—2% in the fall and 8% in the spring. These students will be inducted on Tuesday, May 21st in Faculty House. The full list can be found below. Congratulations to the initiates!

The Class of 2019’s inductees:
Abhineet Agarwal
Anthony Albright
Nicholas Andes
Cameron Averill
Hannah Barbosa Cesnik
Nayla Basma
Clara Beccaro
Jasmine Bissete
Justin Bollag
Matthew Bombassei
Serina Chang
Celine Chen
Dakshina Chetti
Hyunsoo Chung
Luke Cregan
Sylvia Davidovicz Smith
Samuel Deng
Juliana DeVaan
Benjamin Foutty
Alexander Garnick
Karinya Ghiara
Sandra Goldstein Lehnert
Anya Gourley
Elise Gout
Jessica Grubesic
Jennifer Gu
Andrew Haas
Yoojin Hahn
Gidon Halbfinger
Avidan Halivni
Andrew Hauser
Anna Hennigan
Naomi Hollard
Eliza Hripcsak
Nikita Israni
Tyler Italiano
Clare Jamieson
Daniel Jaroslawicz
Chelsea Jean-Michel
Ryan Joel
Ralitsa-Kona Kalfas
Alexandra Kilroy
John Kim
Shimin Kuang
Zoe Kurland
Sean Kwon
Chris Lee
Aaron Liberman
Crystal Lua
Marchelle Lundquist
Zachary Marcone
Elif Memet
Sias Merkling
Byung Ju Min
Brent Morden
Kurt Moskovitz
Gayathri Muthukumar
Hamed Nilforoshan
Spencer Papay
Andrew Park
Saskia Pedersen
Manuel Perez Archila
Vu Anh Phung
Aunoy Poddar
Pierce Pomykal
Enshan Qu
Alexander Rabinowitz
Ojaswee Rajbhandary
Maureen Rakovec
Daniela Rodriguez
Dylan Russian
Sam Safari
Lindsay Saligman
Sophia Salingaros
Kara Schechtman
Joshua Schenk
Andrew Shaver
Tessa Silverman
Jordan Singer
Jasmine Sligar
Adam Snyder
Tyler Soares
Claire Spaulding
Rebecca Stephen
Emily Sun
Alejandra Uria
Trung Vu
John Wheatley
Justin Whitehouse
Alex Whitman
Benjamin Wilken
Yang Xu
Gregory Yap
Yilun Ying
Bruce Young
Albert Zhang
Matthew Zipf

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