Twenty-nine students initiated into Red and Black Scroll Honor Society at Northwestern

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Twenty-nine students initiated into Red and Black Scroll Honor Society at Northwestern

April 15, 2016

Red & Black Scroll Honor Society

The new inductees to the Red and Black Scroll Honor Society are (front row, left to right) Haylie Pegelow, Brianna Wilhite, Kendra Reining, Princess Adenuga, Carley Geer, Audrey Estes, Jaclyn Burke, (second row) Renee Contreras, Kelsey Conaway, Tori Hurley, Haley Shubert, Jean De Dieu Nshimiyimana, Elizabeth Dwyer, Rylan Castleberry, Ruth Bullard, (back row) Kendra Gift, Faith Changara, Carter Stewart, Wisdom Addae, Trista Watson, Blake DeMond, Selbi Kurbanova and Riley Pearce. Members not pictured are Briana Legaspi, Rachel Carter, Brittani Casement, Sierra Gable, and Ashton Johnson.

Northwestern Oklahoma State University recently initiated 29 new members into the Red and Black Scroll Honor Society during a ceremony in the Student Center Wyatt Room.

Red and Black Scroll recognizes outstanding scholarship and service among sophomore students at Northwestern. Requirements for membership include completion of 40-59 hours of college credit, a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.0, participation in two or more campus organizations or activities, attendance at Northwestern for at least two semesters and non-failure of a college course.

Sponsors are Dr. Dena Walker, assistant professor of mathematics, and Dr. Sheila Brintnall, professor of mathematics.

This year’s inductees include Wisdom Addae, Accra Ghana; Princess Adenuga, Lagos, Nigeria; Priscilla Avalos, Guymon; Jaclyn Burke, Beaverdam, Virginia; Faith Changara, Burnside, Zimbabwe; Audrey Estes, Tulsa; Briana Legaspi, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Kendra Reining, Panhandle, Texas; Carter Stewart, Kiowa, Kansas; Ruth Bullard, Krebs; Rachel Carter, Alva; Brittani Casement, Wichita, Kansas; Rylan Castleberry, Alva; Kelsey Conaway, Ringwood; Renee Contreras, Avondale, Arizona; Blake DeMond, Broken Arrow; Elizabeth Dwyer, Wichita, Kansas; Sierra Gable, Enid; Carley Geer, Stillwater; Kendra Gift, Balko; Tori Hurley, Sheffield, Iowa; Ashton Johnson, Benton, Iowa; Selbi Kurbanova, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan; Jean De Dieu Nshimiyimana, Kigali, Rwanda; Riley Pearce, Enid; Haylie Pegelow, Bucklin, Kansas; Haley Shubert, Howe; Trista Watson, Buffalo; and Brianna Wilhite, Cherokee.

Red and Black Scroll officers were elected the same evening.New officers are: Stewart, president; Watson, vice president; Geer, secretary/treasurer; and Estes, reporter/historian.

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