April 4, 2023

Raymond campus PTK inducts new members

There are more than 1,200 Phi Theta Kappa chapters throughout the United States and abroad.
BY: Rhonda Dunaway

Photography: BRAD SMITH

Photography: BRAD SMITH

Above: Karoline Martin (front row, from left), Aubree Ainsworth, and Emily May; second row, Quanya O’Neil, Emma Harper, Alison Ragoyta, and Shaylyne Buchanan-Mabus; back row, Jameson Williams, and Paul Justin Gregory. 

The Gamma Lambda chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Hinds Community College’s Raymond Campus has inducted new members. Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for community and junior college students. An invitation for membership in Phi Theta Kappa is only extended to students who have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average or above on 12 or more transferrable credit hours.

Front from left, Ashlyn Bailey of Terry, Marlicia Lyles of Byram, Chenoa Dillon of Byram and Gloria M. Annan of Byram; back row, Cedric Hughes and Kobe Belcher, both of Byram.

From left, Chase Tucker, Michael Field and Abigayle Calaway.

Front from left, Sadie Strickland (front row), Zarriah Myers and Anna Carraway; back, Landon Womack, Reece Lloyd and Rachel Parson, all of Raymond.

From left, (front row) Novalee Sullivan, Cheryl Salvador, Asya Purcell, Janiya Sims; second row: Ashton Staton, Eric Roberts, Jo Micah Petersen; third row: João Pereira, Andrew Pollan, Trenton Chess; back row: Caleb Farlow, Jordan Jones, Christopher Love.

From left, Madelyn Janus, Jahlia Dent, Jamiyah Scott and Patrick Beeson.

Front from left, Teryn Winn, Natasha Gabol, Manuela Sebastian and Ally Lewis; back row, Brianna Ervin, Essence Smith, Evan Denson, Gabriel Williams and Rhaylan Myers.

Front from left, Faith Baldree, Jess Woodcock, Dylan Pitts and Emily Pittman; second row, Jazmyn Perritt, Joseph Horil, Mohit Kocher, Celia Pennington; third row, Laney Walters, Brock Griffin and William Roberts.