IT’S AN HONOR: Honor Societies Induct New Members April 16

April 22, 2014

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FOREIGN LANGUAGE HONOR SOCIETIES

Instructors in the Foreign Language Department recognize students who have excelled in the study of French, Spanish, and Latin through three national language honorary societies: Société Honoraire de Français, Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, and Latin Honor Society. The modern language societies reserve membership for those who have completed a minimum of five semesters of study. The Latin Honor Society bestows membership on students who qualify at each level of study. The faculty considers academic achievement as well as enthusiasm for the subject and classroom comportment in choosing honorees each year.

Société Honoraire de Français

Marvin Banks

Jack Gray

Jeff Guenther

Will Hunt

Avery Johnson

Keegan Jones

August Klinke

Roberto Olvera

Ethan Pretsch

Preston Roberts

 

Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica

Michael Apple

Evan Arkle

Baker Ball

Charles Brandon

Jack Christenbury

Andrew Elsakr

Tom Garrott

Ted Helmhout

Michael Jacobs

Bobby Matthews

Hayden Meacham

Joseph Preston

Pierce Rose

Azeez Shala

Andrew Shelton

Hamid Shirwany

Arnav Thakur

Connor Truitt

Augie Van Deveer

Corwin Vinson

Jim Waggoner

Zach Walker

Preston White

Christian Yarwood

 

Latin Honor Society

Shivam Bhakta

Chandler Clayton

Forest Colerick

Baty Daniel

Nathan Dinh

Dylan Echlin

Brooks Eikner

Witt Fesmire

Philip Freeburg

Owen Galvin

Kian Ghodoussi

Jack Gray

Salman Haque

Ashish Kumar

Eric Makapugay

Will McAtee

McBride

Jack McCaghren

Rahul Mehra

Jack Mullins

Patrick Murphy

Patton Orr

Richard Ouyang

Stephen Pacheco

Aneesh Ram

Callaway Rogers

Will Schneider

Bilal Siddiq

Henry T. Stratton

Garret Sullivan

Jacob Suppiah

Sherman Tabor

Daniel Tancredi

Colin Threlkeld

Henry Trammell

Joshua Tyler

Tom Wells

Griffin Wilson

Christian Yarwood

Yunhua Zhao

 

HISTORY HONOR SOCIETY

Members of the History Department may nominate students at the sophomore level and above for induction into the History Honor Society. A student must have solid academic performance in history courses, with an 85 average or better. He must demonstrate intellectual curiosity in the field, an understanding of interrelationships of historical processes, a love of the discipline, and a pursuit of historical understanding beyond that required by the curriculum. Induction is based on a majority vote of the members of the History Department.

Shivam Bhakta

Alex Carruthers

Jack Christenbury

Nick DiMento

Andrew Elsakr

Cole Ettingoff

Sam Fowlkes

Jack Gray

Will Hays

Jack Hirschman

August Klinke

Ashish Kumar

Ahmed Latif

Stewart Love

William Merriman

Max Meyer

Richard Ouyang

Christian Schneiter

Azeez Shala

Hamid Shirwany

Paul Stevenson

Cole Stockstill

Sherman Tabor

Tejvir Vaghela

Griffin Wilson

Connor Wright

Yunhua Zhao

 

QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY

Membership in Quill and Scroll, an international honorary society for high school journalists, is bestowed upon those students who satisfy the high academic requirements of the national organization and receive the recommendation of a faculty adviser for superior work in journalism or school publications.

Sam Bartz

Ben Blackmon

Tucker Colerick

Forest Colerick

Nick DiMento

Renn Eason

Witt Fesmire

Owen Galvin

Ted Helmhout

Ethan Johnston

Tal Keel

Saatvik Mohan

Jack Richman

Azeez Shala

Hamid Shirwany

Arnav Thakur

Augie Van Deveer

Ty Wolf

 

MU ALPHA THETA

The purpose of Mu Alpha Theta, an international honorary mathematics society, is to stimulate interest in mathematics by providing public recognition of superior mathematical scholarship and by promoting competitive activities. Membership is reserved for those who have maintained superior scholarship in mathematics over a minimum of five semesters and who have demonstrated an exceptional aptitude and enthusiasm for the pursuit of knowledge in the field of mathematics.

Michael Birnbaum

David Blankenship

Alec Carro

Alex Carruthers

Chandler Clayton

Hayden Combs

Jack Gray Jeffrey

Walker Lee

Kamar Mack

Hayden Meacham

William Merriman

Jack Mullins

Josh Myers

Jerry Oates

Patton Orr

Michael Reddoch

Linhao Zheng

 

SOCIETAS CARITATIS

The Civic Service Organization (CSO) conceived the Societas Caritatis, meaning “Society of Charity,” to recognize students who have demonstrated outstanding charitable leadership and/or service to the local community. The CSO sets the requirements for membership, and each year the CSO Executive Board selects the inductees.

Alex Carruthers

Daniel Nathan

Andrew Counce

Jake Eissler

Bennett Wilfong

 

 

 

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  1. Students Honored with Book Awards | InsideMUS - April 22, 2014

    […] In addition to the special awards winners, students were inducted into the French, Spanish, and Latin language honor societies, History Honor Society, Quill and Scroll Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and Societas Caritatis, the MUS service honor society. See the listings here. […]

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