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Moravian College Inducts Twenty Students into International Art Honors Society

Bethlehem, Pa., April 4, 2006— Twenty art major students at Moravian College have been inducted into the Zeta Psi chapter of Kappa Pi, International Art Honor Society, in recognition of outstanding work. The honor society recognizes art majors who have demonstrated significant achievement both artistically and academically during their college career. Members are afforded the opportunity to use their artistic talents for volunteerism within the local community and to create materials for college campus initiatives.

The induction included three seniors and seventeen juniors. Those inducted from the class of 2006 were Shannon Casey, Foster, R.I.; Allison Evans, Verona, N.J.; Molly Kidd, Macungie, Pa.; and Andrew Mazurek, West Orange, N.J.; Inductees from the class of 2007 are Ashley Feather, Bath, Pa.; Tristan Flis, Harleysville, Pa.; Justin Klement, Whitehall, Pa.; Shannon Kummer, Northport, NY; Katelyn Lau, Lebanon, Pa.; Lindsey Lustrino, Spring Lake, N.J.; Ken Marshall, Montgomery, N.Y.; Amanda Miles, Walnutport, Pa.; Alyse Moyer, Hamburg, Pa.; Bridget O’Rourke, Lansdowne, Pa.; Megan O’Rourke, Lansdowne, Pa.; Erin Panner, Sussex, N.J.; Marissa Sharon, Wyomissing, Pa.; Ryan Shelley, Lititz, Pa.; Chelsea Sheppard, Summit, N.J.; and Emily Starner, Smyrna, Del.

Kappa Pi was founded in 1911 at the University of Kentucky. It has since spread worldwide to include 167 chapters at 167 colleges and universities across the globe. Anne Dutlinger, associate professor and chair of the Art Department is the advisor to the Moravian College chapter.

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. Visit the website at www.moravian.edu.