ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. — St. Bonaventure University’s Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program recognized 52 students at its annual Honors/Chi Alpha Epsilon Reception Wednesday, Feb. 1.
This reception celebrated HEOP students who demonstrated academic excellence by achieving a GPA of 2.5 or higher for the fall 2011 semester. These students were also recognized for the many leadership activities they took part in and for service on campus.
The following students were recognized: Andrea Ailaca, Frederick Alvarez, Waheed Ameen, Angell Benjamin, Katie Boe, Dhaakira Braswell, Dexroy Brooks, Felice Brooks, Archie Dweh, Erica Flores, Amoy Fuller, Carlos Gomez, Jennifer Goris, Arkeno Greenaway, Marianyeli Guzman, Jonathan Heard, Alexandra Henry, Solimar Hurtado, Nicole Jaber, Rory Jones, Paul Leonardo, Jomoh Lewis, Imani Liddie, Chasterie Llano, Makeda Loney, Xenia Machado.
And also, Joel Matos, Kayla Melligan, Audrey Mooradian, Cristal Mota, Yanelia Nunez, Gladys Ofori, Andy Pacheco, Marc Peralta, Ledonna Peters, Cristabell Ramdial, Rochelle Rinehart, Kristine Rivera, Nathaniel Robinson, Jean Carlos Rodriguez, Diana Roque, Victor Sheriff, Esther St. Cloud, Daseyann Taylor, Ana Tivadar, Vasile Tivadar, Adriana Tuarez, Adrian Urbaez, Daquashia Walker, Samantha Ward, Shyanne Wester, and Shawnta Williams.
Also during this event, two students were inducted into Chi Alpha Epsilon, or XAE, which was formed to acknowledge the success of students admitted to universities and colleges through opportunity programs, such as HEOP. This semester’s inductees are:
Xenia Machado, an English major from Brooklyn, and Felice Brooks, an English major from Buffalo
Katie Boe, an education major from Irondequoit, was inducted in September but was unable to attend the fall ceremony and received her honor society pin Wednesday.
This honor society program promotes high academic standards and honors academic excellence; its members display excellence, scholarship, leadership, ingenuity and service.
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