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Phi Theta Kappa Inducts New Members

Students on the LSU Eunice campus recently inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, an academic honor society for students at 2-year colleges, include, from left, Rachael Fruge, Opelousas; Annie Gotte, Iota; Kristy Stelly, Rayne; Kelly Dougherty, Carencro; Tammy Houser, Opelousas; Tara Denise, Jennings; Ashia Collins, Opelousas; Caroline Aguillard, Eunice; Thomas Evans, LaPlace; Amelia Soileau, Port Barre; Nico Cantu, Ville Platte; Ashley LaFleur, Eunice; Brittany Guidry, Church Point; Katie Menard, Crowley; Kacie Hebert, Broussard; Hannah Howard, Evergreen; Brittany Fontenot, Eunice; Shanna Neighbors, Eunice; Richard Bergeaux, Basile; Linsey Olivier, Eunice; Joshua LeJeune, Iota; and Keith Greene, Eunice. Pictured with the inductees are Chancellor William Nunez (far right), Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Services Judy Daniel (far left) and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (third from right) Stephen Gumepel. Phi Theta Kappa has over 1,000 chapters in all 50 states plus several countries overseas. Membership requirements include earning a 3.5 (B-plus) or higher overall grade-point average.