Potomac State honor society inducts 8 new members

Staff Writer
Mineral Daily News-Tribune
Mineral Daily News-Tribune

KEYSER - The Sigma Phi Omega Honor Society at West Virginia University Potomac State College inducted its newest members this past semester.

Students must achieve a 3.0 grade point average or above, have no failing grades, and participate with on-campus clubs, committees or athletic teams to be inducted into the honor society.

Students earning spots on the honor society include: Madison Anderson, a biology major from Keyser;

Jaclynn Carroll, an agriculture and environmental education major from Elkins;

Allyson Crowe, a biology major from Hyndman, Pennsylvania;

Grant Keller, a biology major from Fisher;

Tyrin Musser, an electrical engineering major from Cabins;

Natalie Phillips, an agribusiness management major from Masontown;

Avery Shanholtz, a pre-dentistry major from Keyser; and

Lauren White, a psychology major from Fort Ashby.

Allyson Crowe