Phi Theta Kappa Spring Initiates Announced

By: Lisa S. Icenogle

Casper College’s Zeta Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa has announced the names of this year’s spring initiates to the chapter.

A total of 47 students were initiated into the chapter. Those students from out of state are Lily Nowicki, Arvada, Colorado; Aspen Pitcher, Bozeman, Montana; Katy Nottingham, Craig, Colorado; Hannah Lenz, Holyoke, Colorado; Karly Hanson, Kalispell, Montana; and Shanan Davey, Olathe, Colorado.

From Wyoming: Jacob Bertagnole, Bar Nunn; Megan Dempsey, Big Piney; Jewel Jackson and Veronica Rodriguez, Douglas; Nicole Arner, Evansville; Jacob Oleson, Gillette; Chase Brooks, Glenrock; Eliphalet Aguilar and Treston Tracy, Greybull; Kaytlin Hokanson, Kaycee; Ashlea Hancock, Lander; Hailey Bruegger, Lusk; Kristen Boalch and Sabrina Juma, Torrington; Kelsey Begin, Wheatland; and Riley Harman and Taylor Warner, Worland.

From Casper: Emmanuel Afari, Michelle Belt, Jonathan Bergeron, Kenneth Berray, Luke Couldridge, Alexandria Ekler, Mark Ensor, Drew Fritzler, Douglas Hardee, Tiffany Horne, Andrea Lawrence, Emma Meyer, Juan Millan, Josh Pantier, Jacelyn Phipps, Tondra Plunkett, Dillon Reed, Christopher Rodgers, Jessica Sawdon, Carrie Schubert, Kaisha Smith, Rachel Tenney, Kira Washut, and Stacy Watts-Ballard.

Membership in the Zeta Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is dependent upon the following qualifications: The student must have a Casper College cumulative GPA of 3.5; maintain enrollment in at least six credits in the semester in which the student becomes eligible and in which the student is initiated; be of good moral character; be a degree-seeking student; maintain full citizenship rights; and have no felony convictions.

Media contact: Lisa S. Icenogle

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