Seventeen undergraduate and graduate students at St. Bonaventure University were recently inducted into Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society.
They are: Clarissa Ahumada-Aubert, Carolyn Becker, Alyssa Brown, Katelynn Brown, David Cole Bryant, Brooke Christopher, Sierra DeChane, Amelia Kibbe, Ellen Kibbe, Maggie Kovacs, Caty Lee, Paul Menke, Julia Mericle, Michael O’Malley, Simon Wagner, Katherine Webster and Matthew Yezzi.
Two English graduate students, R. J. Barna and Rachael Krajna, were welcomed as members transferring from their undergraduate chapters.
With 870 chapters, Sigma Tau Delta is the largest honor society in the field of language, literature, and writing. It confers distinction upon high-achieving English majors and minors. St. Bonaventure University’s chapter is moderated by Lauren Matz and Tracy Schrems.
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