TU’s chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda inducts new members

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The Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, an honor society for non-traditional students, held its induction ceremony at Thomas University on March 25. New members must be undergraduate students age 26 or older, who have earned a minimum 3.2 GPA taking a minimum of 24 graded undergraduate semester hours at TU.

Participating in the ceremony are (front row from left) Bryan Wendel, president of the Phi Lambda Chapter; Penny Gaskins, Councilor of the Phi Lambda Chapter and National President of Alpha Sigma Lambda; Ashley Ryals of Quincy, Florida; Holly Guthrie of Monticello, Florida; Roemello Coleman of Thomasville, Georgia; Liberty Daugherty of Pelham, Georgia; Justina Addison of Cairo, Georgia; Anna Benefield, Deputy of the Phi Lambda Chapter; (second row) Jessica Rand of Bainbridge, Georgia; Ashley Shiver of Sylvester, Georgia; (third row) Bridget Brady of Adel, Georgia; Sally Jenkins of Quitman, Georgia; Hailey Steele of Thomasville, Georgia; Hope Huffmaster of Quitman, Georgia; Ashley Patterson of Valdosta, Georgia; (back row) Allison Manning of Thomasville, Georgia; Justin Hooper of Monticello, Georgia; Paul Turner of Tifton, Georgia; Mary Dennis of Boston, Georgia; and Benjamin Honey of Thomasville, Georgia.Not pictured are Gregory Sparacio of Cartersville, Georgia; Ericka Barnes of Quincy, Florida; Lillian Arnold of Midway, Florida; Takisher Clark of Valdosta, Georgia; Ashli Dasher of Lakeland, Georgia; Starla Goldwire of Quincy, Florida; Benjamin Huntzinger of Cairo, Georgia; Ronalda Lowry of Chattanooga, Tennessee; Kai Paskins of Lancaster, Ohio; Kelsey Staten of Valdosta, Georgia; Christina Swably of Calhoun, Georgia; and Maria Zapatero of Bainbridge, Georgia.

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