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Barnard Announces Fall 2019 Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

As students began packing their bags and getting ready for Thanksgiving break, Barnard announced its first round of Phi Beta Kappa inductees from the senior class. Thirteen Barnard students received the honor of being inducted into the honor society, recognizing their academic achievements during their time here; their names and departments are listed below. Congratulations to the fall inductees!

  • 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)

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