Twenty-eight Holy Cross students are inducted into Jesuit Honor Society. Image by Dan Vaillancourt
Twenty-eighty students from the class of 2014 at the College of the Holy Cross were inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit honor society, on October 27. Alpha Sigma Nu seeks out students at Jesuit institutions of higher learning who embody and live out the values of scholarship, loyalty and service. Candidates in the top 15 percent of their class are invited to apply, and from this group, membership is awarded to only four percent.
Thomas Campbell ’14 was elected president of the society and represented Holy Cross at the national meeting of Alpha Sigma Nu, which was held at St. Peter’s University in Jersey City, N.J., earlier this month.
In addition to student inductees, there were four honorary members of the College community inducted: Mary Conley, associate professor of history; Michelle Mondoux, assistant professor of biology; Ann Sheehy, associate professor of biology; and Megan Fox-Kelly, associate chaplain.
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