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SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVERS: Wesleyan senior Jacob Goldin shakes hands with Mark Hovey, president of the gamma chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, during the Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Ceremony Dec. 13. Also pictured, at left, is Gary Yohe, the Woodhouse/Sysco Professor of Economics and PBK secretary, and Jane Tozer, assistant to the vice president of University Relations and PBK treasurer and event coordinator. Goldin is majoring in economics and government. He was one of 15 seniors welcomed to Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest national scholastic honor society.

Cheuk Kei Ho accepts his invitation from Tozer, who has worked with the Phi Beta Kappa students for 27 years. Ho is majoring in mathematics and economics. He is a Freeman Scholar and member of the Wesleyan Spirits, Chinese Students Association and Freeman Asian Scholars Association.
Jack Hung is a double major in economics and French studies. Hung is a Freeman Scholar and was Wesleyan Model United Nations Team representing Slovenia, Hungary and Malaysia in different Model United Nation Conferences.  
Kevin Young, Charles Yang, Beck Straley all joined the honor society, each boasting more than a 94 percent academic grade point average. Young is majoring in history and Latin American studies, Yang is majoring in economics and mathematics, and Straley is majoring in earth and environmental studies.
John Driscoll, alumni director; Gina Driscoll, associate director of stewardship; and Catherine Ostrow, adjunct lecturer in romance languages and literatures, congratulate Hung and Mang-Ju Sher. Sher is a physics major and one of five Freeman Scholars who were inducted to the chapter. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)