LSC Inducts New Freshman Honor Society Members


April 26, 2012

Lyndon State College inducted 44 freshmen into Alpha Lambda Delta before a packed house on April 22nd. ALD is a national honor society for students who have maintained an average GPA of 3.5 or higher and are in the top 20% of their class during their first year of higher education. The Alpha Lambda Delta has members in more than 250 institutions and awards 35 yearly scholarships of $1000-$6000.

LSC President Steve Gold exclaimed, “These 44 students make up the largest ALD inductee-class in the 100-year history of LSC. We had a full house; no extra seats. Such an amazing turnout!”

They are: Anthony Andrews, Nicholas Aresco, Cody W. Brackett, Chalaun Blanchard, Matthew Bryan, Josh Cingranelli, Kaytlin J Conley, Geena Contrada, Paul Donais, Ashleigh Downing, Katheryn Ebner, Jena M Finnegan, Katrina Floranza, Emily Foehring, Kayla Franklin, Emily C Gray, Matthew Green, Olivia Hamel, Nathan Harvey, Megan Hassan, Brandon Heanssler, Bonnie Hiliadis, Emma Kaplan, Milan Krainchich, Jeremy MacDonough, Karisa Macomber, Alexandra Main, Christopher McCray, Julia McNeil, Emelia Newkirk, Laura Noddin, Kelly O’Brien, Stella O’Donnell-Leach, James Otto, Shawn Redmond, Ilayna Roy, Nathan Scoggins, Josh Searles, Emily Slayton, Chelsea Smith, Justin Tomaselli, Dylan Toothaker, Monica Vigneault, and William Wilson.

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