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TU students inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society

On Thursday, April 30, Thomas University students were inducted into the Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda during a ceremony held inside Balfour Chapel on TU’s Main Campus. Alpha Sigma Lambda is an honor society for non-traditional students age 26 or older who have earned a minimum 3.2 GPA while taking at least 24 undergraduate semester hours. Participating in the induction ceremony are (front row from left) Quincee S. Messersmith, a Social Work major from Tallahassee, Florida; a Karen Marie Silsbee, Psychology major from Tallahassee; Stephanie Kenyon, a Psychology major from Thomasville, Georgia; Penny Griffin Gaskins, a Rehabilitation Studies major from Thomasville; Kendra Latronia Evans, a Social Work major from Thomasville, Georgia; Jessica Mobley, a Business major from Colquitt, Georgia; Beth Bonner Adams, a Rehabilitation Studies major from Thomasville; (back row) LaKysha Kha Francis-Perkins, a Social Work major from Quincy, Florida; Cheryl Denise Keaton, a Social Work major from Tallahassee, Florida; Jennifer Lindquist, Alpha Sigma Lambda adviser; Martha Nelson, a Business major from Moultrie, Georgia. Inductees not pictured include Tarsha Harris, a Criminal Justice major from Sparta, Georgia; Princeton Trevion Henderson, a Business major from Thomasville, Georgia; Joseph Hudgins, a Criminal Justice major from Lilburn, Georgia; Angela Sawyer, a Medical Laboratory Science major from Cochran, Georgia; Karen Wilbanks, a Criminal Justice major from Mount Airy, Georgia; and Kimberly M. Woodworth, a Biology major from Moultrie, Georgia.

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