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Bethlehem, Pa., March 5, 2008—Moravian College recently inducted twenty-three students into the Zeta Psi chapter of Kappa Pi, the International Art Honors Fraternity at Moravian College. Kappa Pi recognizes art majors who have attained a high level of artistic and academic achievement. Opportunities are provided for its members to perform voluntary service to the College and local community through artistic means.
Those to receiving the honor were Jennifer Bajczyk ’08; Tim Biery ’09, Saylorsburg, Pa.; Brandon Cohn ’08, Newton Square, Pa.; Courtney Connelly ’08, Quakertown, Pa.; Amanda Conner ’09, Unionville, Pa.; Megan Corcoran ’09, Honesdale, Pa.; Tyler Dolph ’09, East Stroudsburg, Pa.; Erica Evans ’08, Easton, Pa.; Rachel Feinstein, 09, North Salem, N.Y.; Lee Gustin ’09, Allentown, Pa.; Scott Hettinger ’09, Sinking Spring, Pa.; Brandon Heyer ’09, Cortland, N.Y.; Maura Lieberman ’08; Alicia Melber ’09, Allentown, Pa.; Marina Moser ’09, Furlong, Pa.; Megan Nord ’08, Basking Ridge, N.J.; Jennifer Panick ’09, Somerset, N.J.; Andrew Piccone ’08, New Rochelle, N.Y.; Lindsey Santacross ’09, Bennington, Vermont; Kate Shelley ’09, Lititz, Pa.; Lucy Shunk ’09, Stroudsburg, Pa.; Khizer Tariq ’09, Bethlehem, Pa.; and Daniel Todd ’09, Perkiomenville, Pa.
Kappa Pi was founded in 1911 at the University of Kentucky. Since then, 167 chapters have been developed at colleges and universities throughout the country and abroad. Anne Dutlinger, chair of the Art Department, is the advisor of the Moravian College chapter. Dutlinger, along with Dr. Diane Radycki and Gerard Maynard, sponsor this fraternity.
Moravian College is a private, coeducational, selective liberal arts college located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Tracing its founding to 1742, it is recognized as America's sixth-oldest college. For more information call (610) 861-1491 or visit the web site at www.moravian.edu.