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Outstanding TU non-traditional students inducted into honor society

On Thursday, May 5, Thomas University students were inducted into the Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda during a ceremony held inside the Campus Center Classroom 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 (from left) Felton Ivey of Thomasville, Georgia; Talisha Patterson of Albany, Georgia; Emily Bennett of Bascom, Florida; David Orange of Eastman, Georgia; Kristel Avilus of Tallahassee, Florida; Amber Tribue of Tallahassee; Cheryl French of Tallahassee; Arnica D. Whitfield of Tallahassee; Hillary Ginger Huckans of Thomasville; Rachel Ann Parker of Thomasville; Tarshu Herring of Valdosta, Georgia; Michelle Manning of Thomasville; Anna Crowder of Cairo, Georgia; Jocelyn Baker of Thomasville; Dr. Claire Dede Avery, co-adviser of Alpha Sigma Lambda; Ann Ellis of Mineral Bluff, Georgia; Angela D. Riles of Quincy, Florida; Robert M. Conklin of Thomasville; Treva R. Southern-Merlau of Tallahassee; Robert Cameron of Pelham, Georgia; Cathy Dianne Davidson of Tallahassee; Leslie Cooper of Pavo, Georgia; Christopher Lane of Marietta, Georgia; Heather Vickers of Iron City, Georgia; Sheila Baety of Thomasville; David Barnett, adviser of Alpha Sigma Lambda; Leon Brunty of Ty Ty, Georgia; Cynthia Lea Passmore of Thomasville; Guy Thomas Buck of Savannah, Georgia; Joshua A. Owens of Thomasville.

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