June 08, 2016
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Three new members have been inducted into Pi Alpha Theta, the National History Honor Society. The students join Sigma Omega, the Saint Anselm College chapter of Pi Alpha Theta.
Liliana Kane, a history major from Lynn, Massachusetts and a 2016 graduate of Saint Anselm College, became a member alongside juniors Whitney Hammond of Manchester, Massachusetts and Paul Goodspeed of Rochester, New Hampshire.
Kane, Hammond and Goodspeed join those juniors inducted in 2015: Katie Corbett of Reading, Massachusetts, Sabrina Fahy from Dedham, Massachusetts; Lindsay Nicewicz of Merrimack, New Hampshire; Ian Norton of Kingston, New Hampshire; Jennifer Peterson of Foxboro, Massachusetts; Maria Turner from Dunbarton, New Hampshire, and Kristin Van Uden of Manchester, New Hampshire.
Pi Alpha Theta was founded in 1921 at the University of Arkansas. With over 970 chapters in all 50 United States, it claims the greatest number of honor society chapters of all other accredited four-year college honor societies. Pi Alpha Theta has approximately 500,000 initiates.