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Foreign language honor society inducts Coastal students

May 8, 2002

Thirty-six Coastal Carolina University students have been inducted into the university's Gamma Psi chapter of Alpha Mu Gamma, a national honor society for foreign language students.

Alpha Mu Gamma, founded on the campus of Los Angeles Community College in 1931, is designed to enhance the study of foreign languages and reward students who excel in their chosen language.

Foreign language majors inducted into Coastal's Gamma Psi chapter are:


Marsh Goodman, a senior of Johnsonville; Lacey O'Brien, a junior of Conway


Natali Amaradasa, a junior of Myrtle Beach; Lyndsay Anderson, a senior of Conway; Julie Berwanger, a senior of Leawood, Kan.; Jennifer Blakely, a junior of Myrtle Beach; Susan Brown, a sophomore of Chesapeake, Va.; Megan Butterworth, a senior of Bellaire, Ohio; Gena Darby, a senior of Fountain Inn; Tiffany Dzuiba, a senior of Bridgeton, Mo.; Nacole Edwards, a senior of Myrtle Beach; Jeffrey Embt, a senior of Attica, N.Y.; Jennifer Gathergood, a junior of Columbus, Ohio; Vanessa Graham, a Coastal graduate of Myrtle Beach; Jodi Gulledge, a sophomore of Myrtle Beach; Jodi Hardee, a junior of Conway; Rebecca Lupo, a junior of Conway; Jennifer Lyerly, a senior of Myrtle Beach; Lara A. Marlowe, a senior of Myrtle Beach; Keith McNeal, a senior of Garden City Beach; Sanjay Mishra, a sophomore of North Myrtle Beach; Paul Morin, a sophomore of Manchester, N.H.; Nichole Multunas, a junior of Conway; Christopher Ocker, a senior of Binghamton, N.H.; Amie Philo Whittaker, sophomore of Myrtle Beach; Heather Pritchard, a junior of Murrells Inlet; Laura Rasmussen, a senior of Myrtle Beach; Michel Sabbagh, a senior of Myrtle Beach; Nicole Service, a junior of Shawnee Mission, Kan.; Nicole Silimperi, a sophomore of Surfside Beach; Kelli Snyder, a junior of Myrtle Beach; Nicole Stalvey, a junior of Myrtle Beach; Sandra Stigant, a junior of Pawleys Island; Brian Sweeney, a senior of Pawleys Island; Georgette Timmons, a sophomore of Aynor; LaToya Williams, a sophomore of Dalzell.