Morningside College recently announced its latest inductees into the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society. Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta at Morningside is open to full-time freshman women who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or better.
Morningside College recently announced its latest inductees into the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society.
Alpha Lambda Delta recognizes and encourages academic excellence among first-year college and university students. Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta at Morningside is open to full-time freshman women who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or better.
The following Morningside College students were initiated into Alpha Lambda Delta:
From Sioux City – Kylee Goodvin, Sidney Hildahl, Shaina Le, Miranda Norris, Torie Sykes and Chloe Wetzbarger.
From Iowa – Bryanna Mongan and Claire Walker of Adel; Cassidy Vitzthum of Algona; Summer Beery of Anthon; Brandy Trucke of Bronson; Elizabeth Boell of Carroll; Megan Bush of Cleghorn; Cassandra Warner of Council Bluffs; Tara Meinen of Denison; Mikaela Livengood of Eagle Grove; Danielle Eben of George; Lindsey Smith of Glidden; Courtney Scheffler of Harlan; Amber Harry of Hawarden; Angel Lamoreux and Morgan Whitehead of Le Mars; Aurora Arevalo of Lenox; Kayla Kirchhoff of Lewis; Paige Lansink of Manilla; Niccole Wolken of Marshalltown; Alexandra Mankle of Milford; Maggie Ganley of New Market; Amanda Nelson of Odebolt; Courtney Durst of Ottumwa; Lexi Gerry and Nicole Langbein of Sac City; Megan Kroese of Sanborn; Jessica Johnson, Lauren Lennon and Sarah Sadler of Sergeant Bluff; Payton Boer of Sioux Center; Elizabeth Feldmann of Spencer; Joey Volquartsen of Stanton; and Megan Maaske and Melissa Pauley of Woodbine.
From Nebraska – Laura Peters of Ainsworth; Suzanne Ras of Bancroft; Kaitlynn McShane of Bennington; Jenna Heine of Hartington; Nicole Dillin of Hastings; Kianna Kramper of Jackson; Audra Corbit of Laurel; Anna Tussing of Lincoln; Alexis Anderson, Madison Dotzler, Alexandra Gill, Karissa Heckens, Madison Markoff, Lynsey Matulka, Veronica Mullen and Nicole Yablonski of Omaha; Alexis Eifert of Ponca; and Allison Agee of South Sioux City.
From South Dakota – Jessica Higgins of Brandon; Tristan Beaulieu of Dakota Dunes; Amy Carothers and Daphney Miller of Sioux Falls; and Jaclyn Arens and Danielle Beckmann of Yankton.
From other states – Carly Johnson of Kansas City, Kan.; Elizabeth Thies of Green Isle, Minn.; and Madison Pierson of Lake Crystal, Minn.
From other countries – Merle Bublitz and Aileen Fuchs of Germany; Fuzuki Ino of Japan; and Bruna de Paula Assis Alessandri of Brazil.