LSC Inducts Freshman National Honor Society Members


April 30, 2013

Lyndon State College inducted 17 freshmen to Alpha Lambda Delta on April 22.  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 percent of their class during their first year of higher education. Alpha Lambda Delta has members in more than 250 institutions and awards 35 yearly scholarships of $1000-$6000.

LSC President Joe Bertolino exclaimed, “I am proud of the diligence and hard work these students have put forth their first year of college. Induction in ALD is an admirable achievement!”

The inductees are Dominick Agresta, Andrew Baughn, Autumn Beaton, Stephanie Burke, Sarah Burnett, Holly Cannon, Xiaohong Chen, Camille Delongis, Laura Drake, Michelle Farrell, Erin Holt, Allison Lafleur, Meagan Leduc, Liz Mainville, Jordan Racine, Aimee Thompson, and Arianna Varuolo-Clarke.

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