Congratulations to the 26 Columbia College seniors who make up Phi Beta Kappa’s Junior Initiates this fall! 

Columbia College has announced that 26 seniors will be inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society. Membership in Phi Beta Kappa is granted to 10% of Columbia’s graduating class, and is decided by a panel of faculty who are also Phi Beta Kappa members using recommendations from faculty who have worked with each student. The 26 students announced this fall make up the Junior Phi Beta Kappa class, an honor reserved for just 2% of the Class of 2024. The remaining initiates will be announced in the spring.

The complete list of Junior Phi Beta Kappa inductees can be found below.

Congratulations to the new initiates!

  • Sophia Abrahamson (Biological Sciences)
  • Talia Abrahamson (Slavic Languages)
  • Ardaschir Arguelles (Classics)
  • Eleanor Campbell (Economics)
  • Sam Chun (Physics)
  • Susannah Cray (Political Science)
  • Zoe Davidson (History)
  • Steven DiSilvio (Mathematics)
  • Kathy Fang (Comparative Literature, Drama and Theater Arts)
  • William Gore (Linguistics)
  • Vasvi Gupta (Economics)
  • Isabella Hendricks (Biological Sciences)
  • Narayan Kini (Economics)
  • Eleanor Lin (Computer Science)
  • Eric Mao (Biological Sciences)
  • Grace Mao (Psychology)
  • Sophia McHugh (Psychology)
  • Avishi Poddar (Physics)
  • Aiden Sagerman (Comparative Literature, Mathematics)
  • Ben Solomon (Economics)
  • Katherine St. George (English & Comparative Literature)
  • Victor Swezey (Comparative Literature)
  • Kyla Tang (Economics)
  • Mrinalini Sisodia Wadhwa (History)
  • Mingxuan Wang (Physics)
  • Dennis Zhang (Biological Sciences)

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