Spring Hill College inducts new Alpha Sigma Nu members

Tue, 12/04/2012 - 10:00am
Alpha Sigma Nu inductees 2012

MOBILE, Ala. – Spring Hill College recently inducted 21 students into Alpha Sigma Nu, the premier honor society for Jesuit colleges and universities. Induction into Alpha Sigma Nu is one of the very highest honors a Jesuit institution confers upon undergraduate students.

Alpha Sigma Nu recognizes those students who distinguish themselves in scholarship, loyalty, and service.  The only honor society permitted to bear the name Jesuit, Alpha Sigma Nu invites its members to a lifetime pursuit of intellectual development, deepening Ignatian spirituality, service to others, and a commitment to the core principles of Jesuit education.

Inductees, along with their hometowns and majors, are as follows:

Junior Class

  • Mary Callahan, Prairie Village, KS  ­– Financial Economics
  • Marguerite Devereux, Palm Coast, FL – Biopsychology    
  • Lindsey Frechou, Slidell, LA – English, Journalism
  • Gabriella Del Gandio, Clarksville, TN – International Studies
  • Taylor Hardenstein, Pass Christian, MS – Theology
  • Mackenzie Harms, Brentonwood, TN – Pre-Health
  • Mackenzie Hollis, Gonzales, LA – Pre-Health
  • Kevin Jenner, Ocean Springs, MS – Cell and Molecular Biology, Political Science and Law
  • Tyler Leiva, Zachary, LA – Pre-Health
  • Taryn Nash, Independence, MO – International Studies
  • Elizabeth Neal, Montegut, LA – Management/Marketing, Finance and Economics
  • Andrew Prince, Slidell, LA – Pre-Health, Hispanic Studies

Senior Class

  • Chelsea Audibert, Slidell, LA – International Studies, Hispanic Studies
  • Whitney Brady, Mobile, AL – History
  • Mark Brink, Slidell, LA – History
  • Christopher Cartmill, Chesterfield, MO – Pre-Health
  • Jeffrey Johnston, Mobile, AL – Finance and Economics
  • Claire Kainer, Plano, TX – Nursing
  • Emily King, Greenville, SC – Public Relations/Advertising, English
  • Abbey Roam, Lebanon, MO – Graphic Design, Studio Art
  • Caroline Starr, Montgomery, AL – English, Philosophy

Special Honorees

  • Rev. R.V. Baylon, S.J., Assistant Professor of Philosophy
  • Most Rev. Thomas Rodi, Archbishop of Mobile