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Phi Theta Kappa Induction

Thirty-two students on the LSU Eunice campus recently were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, an academic honor society for students at 2-year colleges.

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.

Seated on the front row are Lauren Wiltz of Scott, Doris Frank of Opelousas, Heather Demoruelle of Ville Platte, Jada Fabacher of Eunice, Randi Kaye Devillier of Eunice, Jessica Gordon of Kinder, Jennifer Moncrief of Lafayette, Mary Kate Colligan of Church Point, and Kimberly Delahoussaye of Breaux Bridge. Standing on the back row are Tiffany Morgan of Rayne, Addie Thibodeaux of Eunice, Mary Monroe of Church Point, Braylon Cormier of Iota, Allison Fusilier of Ville Platte, Justin Hanks of Rayne, Simone Guillory of Eunice, Colby Laramore of Eunice, Alexis Thomas of Porte Barrie, Emily Turner of Eunice, Amber Higginbotham of Eunice, Allyson Duplechain of Carencro, Dylan Deason of Monroe, and Alex Ardoin of Opelousas. Not pictured are Sydney Cary, Felicia Dauphin, Jacob Fontenot, Naomi Gabriel, Samantha Guillory, Lacey Manuel, Amiee Morein, and Kathryn Rogers.