Eta Sigma Phi Inducts Three

Students honored for academic achievement in classics


Three students were inducted into Eta Sigma Phi, the international classics honor society, on April 20, 2009.

Susan Stevens, professor of classics, and Amy R. Cohen, associate professor of classics, welcomed the following new inductees...

  • Megan Barrett
  • Rhiannon Knol
  • Eric-John Tate

Current students who were previously inducted into Eta Sigma Phi include...

  • Natalie Fort
  • Leanne Hanson
  • Samantha Henderson
  • Barbara LaFleur
  • Alexander Raubach

The Delta Alpha Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi was established in April 1961. This society encourages classical scholarship and appreciation of ancient learning. Each year students in advanced Latin and Greek courses are elected to membership on the basis of excellence of scholarship.

The ceremony took place as part of Randolph College’s Honor Society Joint Induction, a celebration of student academic achievement across a variety of disciplines. Honor societies in chemistry, classics, communication studies, economics, English, physics, political science, psychology and sociology, as well as Phi Beta Kappa, all inducted their new honorees at the event.