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Bethlehem, Pa., March 23, 2005—Moravian College inducted twenty students into the Zeta Psi chapter of Kappa Pi, the International Art Honors Fraternity. Kappa Pi recognizes art majors who have demonstrated significant achievement artistically and academically. Members have the opportunity to use their artistic talents for volunteerism in the community and the college campus.
The induction included three seniors and 17 juniors. Those inducted from the class of 2005 were Kristine Kotsch (Bethlehem, Pa.), Jonathan Latiano (Coopersburg, Pa.), and Andrea Nudelman (Haworth, N.J.). Inductees from the class of 2006 are Katie Gallagher (Trevose, Pa.), Ashley Garrett (Bangor, Pa.), Danielle Geist (Northampton, Pa.), Jamie Hillegrass (Tamaqua, Pa.), Alison Kurowski (Bensalem, Pa.), Sonia Rachelle Leath (Raleigh, N.C.) , Julie Leiby (Lehighton, Pa.), Kimberly Mabry (King of Prussia, Pa.), Sarah Mobley (W Simsbury, Conn.), Kelli Panuska (Point Pleasant, N.J.), Melissa Salny (Randolph, N.J.), Kristen Shockley (Orefield, Pa.), Andrew Styer (Norristown, Pa.), Alexis Vergalla (Glen Gardner, N.J.), Justin Wagner (Minersville, Pa.), Ryan Walker (Metuchen, N.J.), and Adam White (Bernville, Pa.).
Kappa Pi was founded in 1911 at the University of Kentucky. It has since spread worldwide, having chapter at 167 colleges and universities. Anne Dutlinger, associate professor and chair of the Art Department advises the Moravian College chapter.